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Just installed my Shift Cable Bushings and its night and day

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Loving my new shift cable bushings it is such a smoother shift. I also installed a boot collar and an ESCO knob and it really enhances my shifting experience all around even more than my expectations. I also put in the pedal adjust bracket and now I can heel toe like Aryton Senna ;) Thanks I will be coming back to Acuity for more I have no doubt in the quality and the claims they make on their products now. Also the step by step guide online. Hell I am a Mechanic by trade and they really came in handy a few times when I was not quite sure about something very easy to understand and with good pictures so you can not F it up unless you really try.



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Upgade your shifter assembly to type R with acuity stuff or Acuity full shifter if you can spend more money. You will be in love with your shifter. I had the throttle pedal spacer but I felt it's kind of higher than the stock position, So I sold it. Now I can heel toe with stock pedal position
 
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Upgade your shifter assembly to type R with acuity stuff or Acuity full shifter if you can spend more money. You will be in love with your shifter. I had the throttle pedal spacer but I felt it's kind of higher than the stock position, So I sold it. Now I can heel toe with stock pedal position
Yea have been driving with the accelerator pedal adjuster and its kind of love hate. I like it as it does make it easier to heel toe but I also tend to hit the accelerator when I am braking even when I do not mean to. I have big feet which may be why. I am gonna try postion C tomorrow which is the only one I have not tried and if its still to close I may have to go stock on that. As far as the shifter yea that is gonna be my next upgrade. A full shifter replace Also thinking about doing the single mass flywheel and performance clutch if I decide I want to put in the day or so of labor to do that
 

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Yea have been driving with the accelerator pedal adjuster and its kind of love hate. I like it as it does make it easier to heel toe but I also tend to hit the accelerator when I am braking even when I do not mean to. I have big feet which may be why. I am gonna try postion C tomorrow which is the only one I have not tried and if its still to close I may have to go stock on that. As far as the shifter yea that is gonna be my next upgrade. A full shifter replace Also thinking about doing the single mass flywheel and performance clutch if I decide I want to put in the day or so of labor to do that
C is the best position IMO as it keeps the accelerator pedal lower with respect to the brake.
 
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C is the best position IMO as it keeps the accelerator pedal lower with respect to the brake.
Yep switched to C today and I'm gonna keep it. I lets the pedal set a little lower than the brake but still closer the the driver than stock which is what I wanted. A & B have the accelerator almost flush with he brake pedal and I did not dig that so much. Great product though.
 

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C is the best position IMO as it keeps the accelerator pedal lower with respect to the brake.
I was on C position from the start and used it for 400 miles. Later removed it as stock pedal position felt better.
 

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