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Which short throw is the best? Poll!

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    complemented with a nice restriction in the master cyl line

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    its a fact that these T-56's are kinda junk, powershiftin, bent shift forks, the earlier t-56's are neways
    Junk?? No.

    Did they have some issues with the earlier ones?? Sure.

    When I get mine rebuilt (bad synchros and bearings, someone beat on it pretty bad) I'll be sure to use the upgraded components from the newer T56's. Meaning cast iron forks, carbon fiber blocker rings, ect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss View Post
    its a fact that these T-56's are kinda junk, powershiftin, bent shift forks, the earlier t-56's are neways
    Man, I don't mean to get on your case again, but, T56's are not SLOPPY JUNK. You want sloppy, go drive a Honda. T56's are in vets, vipers, GTO's, and once in the Rustang.

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    I Like The T-56 Trannys Too. But I Know You Need To Upgrade Them Cuz They Dont Have Carbon Synco Rings.. They Have Papper Gasket.. Read T-56 Rebuild Gm High Tech Perfom. I Think Last Issue. I Have The Stock Shifter And It Work Well In My Opinion.. I Don't Think Your Gonna Get Much Shorter Than The Stock One Maybe Another Half Inch.. But Who In The Hella Wants A Joystick.. Leave That Up Too Evo's And Subrus

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    Thumbs up Short Throw Shifter

    Quote Originally Posted by matt123 View Post
    Taking a poll of which short throw everyone seems to like best.
    BY FAR ITS PRO 5.0, I TOOK MY HURST SO CALLED SHORT THROW, I THROWED IN THE TRASH. WITH A 5.0 YOU CAN SLAM 3RD LIKE 2ND, NO GUESSING WHAT GEAR YOUR IN ABBY

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    hurst comp plus w/ lou's ss is awesome

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    I have the stock hurst with a Lou's Short Shifter as well. I like it

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    Hmph. All the Lous short stick is..is a shorter shift shaft. The problem the stockers have is in the base...which you havent replaced.

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    pro 5.0,its better for going in 3 and 5th

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    Stock Hurst Shifter. No problems so far.

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    pro 5.o just feels better, you dont know no diff, until you drive one or shif one, alot of f body guys agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Rustang.
    I have the T56 in both my 03' Cobra, and 00' SS and are great transmissions.

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    Were Not Talking About Trannys It Was The Pro 5.0 Shifter, T56 Is A Great Tranny

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    Quote Originally Posted by TASWEET SS View Post
    Were Not Talking About Trannys It Was The Pro 5.0 Shifter, T56 Is A Great Tranny
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