Rs spec quick shift

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    robroy
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    #168032
    faber
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    For my part I have that of mountune the passages are more pleasant?



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    #168034
    grunty-motor
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    The one i fitted looked quite similar, but is a bit more notchy. Certainly makes it feel sportier, but is it any faster?!?!?

    That spring pin / cotter pin was a total PITA to remove.

     

    This might be a good option – looks easy to revert back to stock if you dont like it (and no pin to remove)

     

    #168037
    robroy
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    @grunty-motor

    I just watched that ,  yes it did seem a bit easier to do with not having to remove the original shifter

    #168040
    Matt. B
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    I have that cobb one. Very happy with it. I couldnt be arsed to fuck about with that pin.

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    Matt. B
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    #168054
    crocket81
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    Ive had the mountune one on for sometime  but just changed over to the 4htech one, the changes are so much smoother as its weighted better

    #168058
    wheely
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    GGR do one that’s a bit cheaper, looks good in anodised red to.  But can’t find reviews on it

    #168060
    turbo-tone
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    I went for this one. Not fitted as yet

    Quickshift Kit – Ford Focus Mk3 ST250/RS



    Dreamscience imap U2+. Ramair induction. Mountune mud flaps. Scorpion Sports Cat. Scorpion Tracker. Airtec Intercooler to be fitted

    #168061
    turbo-tone
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    I went with th Collins one at £70. Not fitted as yet



    Dreamscience imap U2+. Ramair induction. Mountune mud flaps. Scorpion Sports Cat. Scorpion Tracker. Airtec Intercooler to be fitted

    #168161
    robroy
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    @Matt. B

    I’m liking the idea of the cobb one , that pin looks like a right pain to remove,  whats the shift like with it and what percentage throw did you go for ?

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    Matt. B
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    I went with the middle setting, think it was 30%. Its definitely noticeable and feels much better. Its a breeze to fit aswel

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