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Old 12-21-2011, 10:25 PM
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Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

Hello all,
I know PSpec recently went out of business and no longer sell their shifters so I just ordered one from JTC customs. They do not have any install instructions(Well the one that links for their short shifter, the link is broken..) but they do list the Pspec Short shifter install guide. I just wanted to check ahead of time if anyone knew if there was a big difference between the install so I would have a heads up since I guess I am going to use the Pspec install guide for the Jtc shifter.

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Re: Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

Nope, no difference. I just used the instructions on Pspec's website to install my JTC ss without any problems. Good luck!
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Re: Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

^ x2.

I love my PSPEC though.
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Re: Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

Thanks for the reassurance guys, Didn't want to run into any huge unexpected hiccups :P Seems like JTC is the only one on the market now, and the P/O Installed a short shifter adapter peice so I wanted to replace it with a real SS.
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Re: Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

You won't regret it! Pair it up with a nice weighted knob and the difference will be night and day. My favorite mod to my lude
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Re: Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

I got a circuit sport weighted shifter and height adjustable, not that it matters too much since the shifter its self is adjustable :P
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Re: Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

I got one of the JTC SS and it is a great piece. I would recomend it to anyone looking for an upgrade and new feel. Shifts into gear nice and goes really well with my 440g weighted knob.
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Re: Pspec Short shifter install vs JTC short shifter install question

I've had my JTC for over a month now and it's one of the best mods you can do. Just picked up a sweet Momo shift knob too. Good luck with the install, I used the PSpec one as well and it's right on
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