SSR Pit Crew
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Clearwater, Fl
04 Silver/Race Stripes 4:10 gears tuned at 130mph lowered 2"
(Actually that was one other small change I made during the install. The neoprene in my shift cable was in great shape, so I decided to remove the rubber tubing you provide with the kit and I used a 5/16" drill to open up the neoprene in my current shift cable. I figured I'll use it that way for now and if/when the neoprene fails I can always remove it and put the kit supplied rubber tubing back in its place.)
Interesting that you would drill out the neoprene and use that over the Poly material. Neoprene is what is failing on the shift arm.
But, you explained it well, your an Engineer. They never use or are satisfied with any design. That is why we have GREAT products. Engineers always try to improve or redesign anything they see. It's in their DNA.
I would have saved the neoprene.
Glad it on and working well. Better system than OEM because it "traps" the cable between to fixed points.
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