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Old 09-16-2013, 10:29 PM   #26
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Anyone know if there's adjustment with this shifter? The lever goes into all the gears with a nice firm feel except for 2nd gear. It's almost like it needs to engage just a little bit more for it to feel right. I've missed a couple shifts now because of it. I really have to ram it into 2nd to make sure it's fully engaged.
There is no adjustment. But I think the shifter is a bit too short of a throw. It needs to be about halfway between the Hurst and stock.
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Old 09-16-2013, 10:31 PM   #27
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the upgraded bushings will not help you ....you need to order the stainless steel racing bushings from hurst...the upgraded bushings are the same teflon ones with an added rubber gasket ....
Remember you will get more noise with the SS bushings.
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Old 04-10-2014, 07:51 PM   #28
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It wasn't to bad with the car up on 11" ramps and loosening the trans. mount bolts. The shifter boot comes off by turning it and then you can get to the screw holding the shifter knob on. The stock shifter link supplied with the kit does not fit the ZL1 shifter knob. I used the upgraded bushing kit from Hurst, it is a good thing it comes with extra o-rings as one was cut during the install, if you get the upgraded bushings remember to measure the width of the stock bushings, so you can compress the new ones to the same width. The only thing that gave me the worst time was getting the rubber dust boot back in place.

Shifting is sure and precise!!! Great upgrade!!!
Just wanted to give props for this post Vicster, you saved me from making the tug and pull mistake on my 2014!
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Old 04-10-2014, 10:27 PM   #29
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