Kartboy vs Twm short shifter
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This is a discussion on Kartboy vs Twm short shifter within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So I got the kratboy short shifter installed and so far I am not a huge fan whining noise is ...

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    Kartboy vs Twm short shifter

    So I got the kratboy short shifter installed and so far I am not a huge fan whining noise is terrible I have heard nothing but good things about the twm. The noise is about the same as stock with the fun of the short shift. The problem is Kratboy has the market at least 8 to one ratio being sold vs anything else just wondering if anyone went with the twm and what was the result?

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    Did you have the oem shifter or the STi STS before the KB?

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    95% chance it has nothing to do with the lever...you overtightened the pivot bolt
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    Can't speak from personal experience but my younger brother's twm in his cobalt ss/tC was a solid piece with a good improvement over stock. I personally just bought the kartboy for my car.

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    Ej257 You are correct I overtightened the pivot joint will never say anything bad about kratboy again. What a blast to drive when you get it right.

    Thanks, for everyone's help

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