All SSK's work by raising, or changing the "fulcrum" pivot point. This causes any given amount of movement above this point to move the shift rod under the pivot point farther. Thus shorter throws of the shift knob result in the necessary movement on the shift rod below to engage the next gear. The better SSK's use ball bearings &/or improved mating surfaces to smooth out the movements as well.cowmoo32 said:Ok. I understand that an SSK makes the shifts easier, but what exactly does it DO? How does it make the throws shorter?
cowmoo32 said:Ok. I understand that an SSK makes the shifts easier, but what exactly does it DO? How does it make the throws shorter?
DN328 said:LOL, still in the trunk? I think it's time to hit a shop for installation so you can enjoy the SSK...before Evo4 comes out...j/k...
I got my EVO3 from Jon (BMWguy206). I suggest using the discount code rather than free next day shipping. It was worth 50 bucks off when I bought mine.BWMguy206 said:I have 13 E46 323/325 and 7 E46 328/330 5spd kits left in stock ready to be shipped on same day orders if made before 4pm PST.
You get free next day shipping or enter discount code UUCEvo3 for the Summer Special and free ground shipping only.