How does the subaru sts compare to the kartboy or Cobb short throw shifter?
that is incorrect.kartboy only shortens the shifter, factory replaces all the linkage too.
What kind of grinding sound are you getting? Does it appear to be the lever (pivot point or ball/cup related) that is grinding? Or does it seem to be linkage related (if the bottom stick is too long for a shorter throw, but you did not trim the metal shroud enough)? Or does it sound like the gears in the tranny are grinding?The reason why I ask is because I have a cobb sts in my 2011 but I get a grinding noise every now and a again when shifting into second. So I was thinking of going for the subaru one because it shortens the linkage and hopefully it would get rid of the grinding I sometimes get with the cobb
I wouldn't buy the factory kit, period. You can replace the lever and all bushings with aftermarket parts and pay less than you would for the factory kit.Jonny1106 said:Lets just say I wanted to do both oem STS and kartboy lever in the future, what would you buy first? The lever or the OEM? or would you choose cobb over kartboy?
Cool man thanks a lot. I was planning on going with the kartboy.I wouldn't buy the factory kit, period. You can replace the lever and all bushings with aftermarket parts and pay less than you would for the factory kit.
I wouldn't buy Cobb over Kartboy. I have never seen the need for height adjustability, and TiC offers a package deal for the Kartboy lever and all bushings