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Old 11-09-2003, 11:19 PM
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i finally found a shift kit for my fmx . i am debating weather to put it in stage 2 or 3

i know stage 3 is fully manulised but will it shift any harder than the stage 2?? what would you recomend for a street driven car and will the trany still be reliable

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Old 11-10-2003, 01:56 AM
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I`d just stick to the stage 2, but that`s just me.
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will the stage 2 make the shifts harder when you click it back a gear??or just when your up shifting
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ive been around a few places getting prices on getting it put in some have told me it will take up too 5 hours i thort it should only take a couple??
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Alot of guys can rebuild most trannies in under 2 hour putting a shift kit in should take 30 min for a tranny shop at the most
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thats what i thort.can the shift kit be put in while the fmx is in the car or dose it have to come out?
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