These are really great pieces that are well built and well engineered. They look great as well. There were no directions , so YouTube was the way to go. The hardest part of the install was getting the little green piece out of the factory bushing. The only way that I found to do this was by using a razor knife, and scoring around the stock bushing and breaking it apart. Once you have the factory piece out that you reuse, the rest of the install is a breeze. Once installed, 5he bushing will give your car a much more mechanical feel. There is a notchy feeling versus the more spongy feeling that you experience from the stock setup. There is a little more involved in the shifting, and sometimes going into reverse a little more effort. Also, when removing the car from reverse and putting into neutral you will notice that the shifter does not jump back into neutral as it did when it was stock. All that being said, if I knew all this before hand and had to purchase again, Iwould do it for sure. Go buy this item, you will NOT be dissapointed.
Excellent experience with customer service very easy to place order. Quality of products is spot on along with fitment. They make a night and day difference. Would strongly recommend getting them.
Purchased these because I wasn't happy with the slop in the standard shifter. It was fine but I felt like there was room for improvement. I replaced the Shift Cable Bushings and the Transmission Bracket Bushings at the same time, and I'm very happy with the result. Shifts feel very mechanical and the slop was greatly improved. To reach the transmission bracket, I had to remove the airbox and the battery box. Not too bad and I'm an amateur with a wrench, so this is probably an easy job for anyone else Anyway, would definitely recommend both of these mods if you're looking for a better shift feel!
Bought these with the shifter cable bushings and it's a night and day difference. Perfect fitment, relatively easy install. Shifter feels loads better! Ronin definitely lives up to the hype. Tip for the install though... Take the battery box and the intake tube out - makes it WAY easier to get in there. Also, watch out for the clutch line bracket hiding underneath the transmission bracket. Mine fell down onto the underbelly splash guard so I had to fish it out. Don't think about it, just get these. You'll be happy.