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post #11 of 114 (permalink) Old 06-16-2009, 12:48 PM
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is it the red/black stripe or orange for the red wire ? i got the black on the blue/white wire
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is it the red/black stripe or orange for the red wire ? i got the black on the blue/white wire
orange and black wire...not the ones that are entwined (elaberation: theres a blue/white wire, a orange/black wire and then another pair of orange/black and blue/white that are spun together. you want the ones that arenot entwined you want the free wires.

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hey is it thre lightblue with white or blue with white i am not a automechanic dont know crap about cars
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so getting a shift plus makes the car similar to that of a manual?
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no but you might get some jerky in your tranny so you will want to get new tranny mounts and a tranny cooler.
How much are tranny mounts and a tranny cooler?
and when should I get them? Im installing mine this weekend, should be here by then.
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bump my question ^^^^^
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hey is it thre lightblue with white or blue with white i am not a automechanic dont know crap about cars
you're obviously a guy like myself. (slightly colorblind) that dark blue is actually purple. (crazy ik) but in any case, go with the light blue


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Yea this seems like it could be relatively bad for your tranny. Especially when considering these really are not the BEST trannys out there anyway. But i do like the way it works. MY buddy has one And it does ride like a stick
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its not bad for your tranny. i havent had any issues with mine and ive had it one for awhile now
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