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Old 24 January 2012, 19:07   #1
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Default 6 speed short shift

Where is the best place to buy a short shift for a 2003 STI, 6 speed? I notice Perrin sell one but I cant find any UK suppliers. CDF have yet to make the 6 speed version, so they aren't an option and I am not to keen on buying an ebay special. Thoughts?

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Old 24 January 2012, 19:15   #2
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Here ya go fella GFB short shift kit here http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/Produc...hift%C2%A0Kits
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Best getting a standard sti one, as most after market ones make it harder to shift than it already is!
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It has the standard STI one
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Old 24 January 2012, 19:28   #5
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It has the standard STI one
Would not bother changing it then
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I think Banny means the STI quickshift try some of the import places for one.

One here, 228 quid.

http://www.japanparts.com/db/partsli...maker=&VOLKEY=

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I think Banny means the STI quickshift try some of the import places for one.

One here, 228 quid.

http://www.japanparts.com/db/partsli...maker=&VOLKEY=

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Kartboy is well worth fitting...................

http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...roducts_id=406


TSL Motorsport still has a Perrin 6 speed listed..........

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Subaru-Imp...item2568f9bacc
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got my b&m quick shift from greyham goode 50 quid ish
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I was one of the first if not the first people in the UK to install a TWM shifter.

To this very day is still in my car and works a treat.

I don't like the longer throw of the stick on the STi myself hence why I changed it.


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Got mine from here james but appears they only have 5 speed now
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Where is the best place to buy a short shift for a 2003 STI, 6 speed? I notice Perrin sell one but I cant find any UK suppliers. CDF have yet to make the 6 speed version, so they aren't an option and I am not to keen on buying an ebay special. Thoughts?

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I would recommend this one mate, very good quality and a very good price


http://shop.grahamgoode.com/subaru-i...96-64638-p.asp



soon as we can a 6 speed car we can make them
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I'll stick with my standard STI quick shift

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My cars apart for a reshell at the moment, so i have a 6 speed shifter sitting on a shelf doing nowt for a few months. If its of use to you for any reverse engineering then maybe we could come to some sort of arrangement.

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My cars apart for a reshell at the moment, so i have a 6 speed shifter sitting on a shelf doing nowt for a few months. If its of use to you for any reverse engineering then maybe we could come to some sort of arrangement.

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Im in Crewe, pile of bits ready for the big rebuild is in yorkshire, but i could post the shifter linkage down to you ..... kent way arent you?
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Im in Crewe, pile of bits ready for the big rebuild is in yorkshire, but i could post the shifter linkage down to you ..... kent way arent you?
Yes mate, well if you don't mind .... Not sure how quick we can get on it we do want to do them
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