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Old 11-02-2005, 19:39   #1 (permalink)
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Now avaliable from Xtreme and im fitting one to my car today. From what i hear they are an orsm bit of gear
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Now avaliable from Xtreme and im fitting one to my car today. From what i hear they are an orsm bit of gear
They are the best, never missed 3rd since I've had it and changing the rubber bushes in the stick to the metal ones supplyed makes it such a solid direct feel. Great for every day driving as well.
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They are the best, never missed 3rd since I've had it and changing the rubber bushes in the stick to the metal ones supplyed makes it such a solid direct feel. Great for every day driving as well.

yer fitted it in today, feels great feels better and better the more i drive it.
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hee hee, another addicted ripshift abuser..............
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Thought it would have closed up the gate a little more then it did but.
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Old 11-09-2005, 23:26   #6 (permalink)
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Thought it would have closed up the gate a little more then it did but.
Drove an ss ute with one this week, and i thought the same thing, they could of done with a little less throw but still a good unit.

How long do they take to fit Simon??

I still gotta come down and get those base tunes, my box is collecting dust.
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Drove an ss ute with one this week, and i thought the same thing, they could of done with a little less throw but still a good unit.

How long do they take to fit Simon??

I still gotta come down and get those base tunes, my box is collecting dust.

takes bout 45 minutes mate and yer you slacker... dust?? more like cog webs rofl
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takes bout 45 minutes mate and yer you slacker... dust?? more like cog webs rofl
Give me a break i just got married............
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ill leave the breaking of you upto your misses
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