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New shifter recommendations

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Hi I am thinking of getting a new  shifter can anyone recommend one.

Any owner reviews or one's to avoid would be great, To suit R33 GTST.

Looking for smoother more precise shifting.

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There's such a limited range that the existing reviews/discussion on this site should suffice

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You are not going to get smoother more precise shifting from a shifter in a skyline.

 

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Well does anyone have a Cube premium shifter in their car ?

Previous reviews mention C's that are not available anymore.

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3 hours ago, Ben C34 said:

You are not going to get smoother more precise shifting from a shifter in a skyline.

 

So you think I should just get a new bushing brass or plastic ?

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Just refurbish. All aftermarket shifters are largely aimed at the wank factor.

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Years ago I used some aftermarket brass bushing to replace the plastic one in my boat.

Twas a good improvement.

Pretty sure there is a how to thread here I used.

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You could also replace/upgrade the return springs to give it a tighter feel

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15 hours ago, GTofuS-T said:

You could also replace/upgrade the return springs to give it a tighter feel

There are 3 options hard, medium, soft, which one to choose without trying them all out ?

Anyone have opinions on the return spring, also brass or nylon bushing.

Thanks

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No way will you tell the difference between a brass or nylon bushing.

 

The springs are cheap as. Just buy them all and find what you like.. Or do you prefer some random guy to tell you their prefefence?

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Buy a new cup, wave washer and shifter bush from Taarks or Kudos. Get shifter springs from gktech. Do fresh gearbox oil with a tube of nulon smooth shift. That's about the best you can do. Stay away from the ebay offerings. 

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