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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
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i have the understeer ssk for the e34 and i love it! didn't spring for the weighted selector rod but it shifts nice and short. they claim a 37% reduction but it felt like more than that to me... chris is a great guy to deal with too really nice
well, an update... i ordered the ssk from understeer with the selector rod, i will also do the solder thing. i drove a car with the UUC and didn't like it too much, it was too short and notchy for my taste and driving style. a buddy with an M3 convinced me to go with the $85 ssk and selector rod, and also do the solder on it. i already have the uuc clutchstop...i don't know how it doesn't do much for the guy above... it's perfect timing on shifts ??
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"Always start with the least aggressive method!"
I just bought a bunch of stuff yesterday for this. Understeer short shifter, selector rod, bushings, etc.
Yes you did.
Oh yeah, anyone looking at the M Roadster shifter for the 328/M3, if you don't buy it from Understeer, you will have to bend it slightly. Understeer was nice enough to bend theirs for you, so I recommend grabbing it from Understeer compared to piecing it up yourself.
- Rob [93' British Racing Green BMW 325i Sport Saloon]