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Old 06-12-2011, 02:57 PM
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Hi boys!
I have shifting problems... new synchros, new bearings, new Exedy clutch, new Slave cylinder... sometimes when i put my 3rd gear, popped out or worse still, enter the 5th gear ... i hate this gearbox!
Now i search new shifter bushings, in stainless steel or bronze like TWM... HELP ME.. pleaseeee....
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Re: Shifting problems...

so its popping out of gear?
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so its popping out of gear?
Yeah, sometimes popping out 3rd gear or like yesterday, i shift to 2nd to 3rd gear and i release the clutch with 5th gear, not 3rd... Popping out or miss 3rd gear with 5th gear!
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sounds like driver error to me. i could be wrong though
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sounds like driver error to me. i could be wrong though
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Maybe the problem depart from my error, yesterday i have remove the bushings and i need to replace, they are older...
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