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This is a discussion on STi Shifter trim within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey guys- I ran a search, but wasn't able to find any instructions on how to install the STi shifter ...

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    STi Shifter trim

    Hey guys- I ran a search, but wasn't able to find any instructions on how to install the STi shifter trim- mine just came in the mail today. Anyone have that info?

    My appreciation in advance, Jim

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    There are two ways to do it, use 3m adhesive to "stick" it on, or the hard way: you have to take apart the mid section and drill holes to screw the thing in...
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    Oh- I took mine out today and it seems like you have to remove the shift boot and trim some of the material of the console itself to make the trim fit- am I off base here?

    By the way- is that your car in the jpeg? I like the shifter- I actually just ordered the same Momo unit last week myself!

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    I noticed that the top of that knob get hotter than hell, in the full sun, kinda sucks.

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    jedimaster - so did you get yours installed or what? I got mine today and i'm going to try to instsall it tomorrow. What am I in for, any advice anyone?

    Jared.

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    ^^ bump..

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    Hi- yeah it's installed- easier than I thought- you just have to take your time and take away a little material form the console at a time for a nice, snug fit- it looks really cool- better than what I've seen in the pictures- every time I look at the trim I think "Now that kicks @$$

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    okay- i got mine done today. I had the trim and was tired of seeing in it the house and not on the W. Check the pics.
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    jedi where did u get your trim and how much??!!??

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    Weapon- I don't remember where I got it- it was back in July- but it was about 75 bucks- by the way, cool username- X-men fan, no?

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    yea..comix...japanime..counterstrike and beer..
    im trying to find a site that sells all the interior goodies instead of having to buy 1 here and 1 there and pay 2 shipping costs...
    later

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    I saw that Gruppe-S had them for 70 shipped, not sure if that deal's still good.

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    56 on Japanparts.com
    Thanks
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    I am just looking at mine here from Japanparts =)
    Its on my table begging to be installed.
    Do i need a dremel??and a hole driller??
    i have a swiss army knive and some tools i used on my Bike.
    will i be able to do it?or just wait for a dremel?
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    Tuca- you can do it with a knife, but I found the Dremel to be helpful.

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