: Just got my UUC shifter in the mail...



Joey'sVee
06-03-05, 05:21 PM
anything I should know about the instructions before I have it put on??? :hmm: I thought I read somewhere that something in the instructions was messed up or wrong. Oh well, thanks! :coolgleam

wildwhl
06-03-05, 05:25 PM
Urby doesn't know this, but a good 1-2 shift is <.5 seconds, and a good 2-3 is <.6 seconds....let's see how you do after the UUC install :devil:

bryce3
06-03-05, 06:03 PM
Joey's Vee, I just put on my UUC the other night. It is really straight forward and rather easy to install with a basic set of tools.
-Sean

c5racr1
06-03-05, 07:54 PM
you don't have to take the tranny crossmember lose from the tranny, just take it lose from the chasis.
don't use a small screw driver to sseperate the pins from the tranny, use two.
don't take the drive shaft lose from the rear, just the tranny, and tie it up on the side.
the 6 screws in the interror don't have to be removed, only the two in the middle.

this is all i can remember off hand

ctsvett
06-03-05, 11:05 PM
put the Rubber boot back in the car (despite the picture on the last page)

Reed