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COBB Tuning Reverse Lockout Pull Race Red
Subaru STI 2004 - 2020
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly carries a massive selection of quality performance upgrades brought to you by COBB Tuning.
Here, you are looking at the COBB Tuning Reverse Lockout Pull. This reverse lockout pull replaces the factory rattle-prone plastic pieces with machined billet aluminum and Delrin components that also include dual internal O-rings to ensure a smooth, rattle-free operation. The integrated Delrin collar keeps heat in check for cars that are exposed to the sun for extended periods.
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I replaced the stock reverse lockout with the Perrin lockout, then swapped the Perrin for the Cobb. I prefer the Cobb lockout overall. While the Perrin piece is nice and gives the shifter a slightly more substantial feel, the Cobb is a little lighter and slimmer, making the shifts feel a little more agile versus the Perrin. A little weight makes a difference with the shift feel. I prefer as light as possible for shift speed and more tactile feedback. If you prefer a heavier shift that has more of a "thunk" and is a little more buttery, the Perrin lockout will add to that overall characteristic more. If you a "lightweight" knob fan, like the Cobb /duracan/delrin knobs, I think the Cobb lockout is a better pairing. If you are a "heavy" knob fan, the Perrin might be a better pairing for a weight knob. Just my 2 cents. There is zero rattle with both pieces, and both are made of quality materials that look and feel great. Having used both, I prefer the two piece construction of the Cobb because the reverse lockout lever "snaps" back into place when you take it out of reverse (just like the stock unit). The lever is also a little easier to pull up than the Perrin (it glides better and is lighter weight). As someone who does a lot of backing out and parallel parking, I find that makes a difference in day to day use. The Perrin lockout does go back into place if you lube it right, but sometimes it only snaps back "most of the way" (If you lube the Perrin wrong on install, you have to push back down fully every time you go back into drive, which is really annoying). Objectively, I think they are equal in terms of quality, but the Cobb is basically the OEM lockout design taken to a premium level that looks great and eliminates rattles and the cheap plastic feel. The Perrin is a different design entirely and would be good for anyone that wants to make the overall shifter thicker and more substantial. The fact that you can pick your color with the Cobb is great. I like the added red accents. This looks great paired with Cobb knob. Both lockouts are a bit pricey for what they, but, I think they're worth it due the upgrade you get in both aesthetics and shift feel.
Straight forward design. The aluminum feels like quality pieces right out of the box. The kit comes with a hex key and bolts for the boot collar which were much better than oem Phillips screws. The pull is very solid and comes with a new pin and a ting bit of lube. High grade compared to the oem design, worth the money.