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Old 12-15-2004, 15:33   #1 (permalink)
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Question TE50 & shift kits.

I am looking for someone to install one of these shiftkits into my Te50 www.shiftkits.com.au i know that it lists the auto trans upto an Au 5.0 but i presume the auto in my car is of the same spec. Is there anyone in Brisbane that knows how to install a fully adjustable or a dual stage shift kit?
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Re: TE50 & shift kits.

Do you have one yet? I have a dual stage one you can have cheaper if you want it? I changed the trans setup so I dont need it anymore.

Anyone competent with wiring can do it its really easy. They come with instructions.
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Re: TE50 & shift kits.

Noddy, the soon to be released EECV edit (SCT) for the AU Falcons will be all you need. Fully adjustable from shift points to line pressures for quick shifts. It's still a couple of months away, so if you can't wait that long, go for the shift kit.
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Do you have one yet? I have a dual stage one you can have cheaper if you want it? I changed the trans setup so I dont need it anymore.

Anyone competent with wiring can do it its really easy. They come with instructions.
How much do you want for it? I haven't a clue where to start when comes to anything electrical so i'll pay someone to fit it whether it be a Brisbane forum member or an auto specialist.

How did you find the shift qualities between the two modes?
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Re: TE50 & shift kits.

Sorry mate, I sold it about 2 minutes ago. I dont think it was compatible with your car anyway it was on an EB 6 cylinder.

The shifts were pretty good. You could feel the difference between the two modes.
It took me 20 minutes to install it so Im sure someone off here wouldnt mind helping you out.
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