Done with Corksport kit. Much better than before.
-'03 ZX2 MTX Twilight Blue, Progress Springs, S/R Struts, 17" Konig Kolors Gunmetal, EGT Rear Discs, STB, 19mm RSB, LXQ1, Iceman Intake, Esslinger UDP, TWM Short Shifter, S/R Shift Knob, MX3 Seats, 35%/20% Tint, Pioneer DEH-9400BH, Polk Audio 6.5", PowerBass Amp, Rockford Fosgate 10", RE Audio Amp, DDM HIDs, Projector Headlights, LED Conversion
looks good. is that rubber, or what it it? (i know its not rubber, its just something like that...)
It's a bronzeoil bushing. The same bushing they have for the transmission to shift bar and shifter to shift bar. It's metal. That's how it tightens up so much. With the stock plastic ones, even new ones, you will have a little more play simply because plastic has a little give to it. Metal doesn't.
What tool did yall use to cut off the end of that 3rd link bolt?
Drilled it out.
just got my bushings from zach, but w/o a bolt. how long is the bolt supposed to be? i take it, it doesn't really matter, bu just for aesthetics sake
Nate, is it possible to drill the old shit out while not disconnecting the whole thing from the trans? (laying underneath the car with a drill)
Parts for sale:
EMA0 6-wire ATX PCM (best!) and stock (98-99.5 style) intake manifold here
04/2011 - present: 1999 black zx2 (mtx), hotshot intake, powder's udp.
05/2009 - 04/2011: 1999 black zx2 (auto): hotshot intake, powder's udp.
With the amount of mad you will get trying to get it drilled out while on the car, do yourself a favor and take the bar all the way off and put it in a vice or something to hold it in place. It's going to take 3 times as long if you don't take it off.
lol just laziness.
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