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This is a discussion on 2015 WRX shifter bushing within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; ahh i see, do you think the plastic type would be better suited?...

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    ahh i see, do you think the plastic type would be better suited?

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    Not sure. I feel the delrin and nylon would wear more and have more play when they eventually wear but I don't think they would wear fast. I think they would slide easier than the brass. I really don't think any would make a drastic difference. But I do think a bushing made of brass will last the longest and have the least amount of play over time. There is probably more that can be done to improve the shift feel. Gonna look into the shifter base next week maybe. My turbo cobalt SS had rubber bushings in the shifter base which made a big difference when changed to aluminum.

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    Just installed perrin bushing...didnt notice much difference but only drove stock for about 2 weeks lol
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    oh i see, my car was ordered with a STS, im hoping that helps with the feel/ base bushings

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    Yes mine had sts too. . Its little better and install was crazy easy
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    Yea the install is super easy except when u get a tiny cut that seems to not want to stop bleeding making u look like you lost a finger. Haha

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