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PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black - Subaru STI 2004+
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PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black

Subaru STI 2004+

Read 18 Reviews | 7 Q&As
Part # PSP-INR-250BK
$93.60
msrp: $104.00

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RallySport Direct carries a great selection of aftermarket performance products brought to you by PERRIN Performance. 

 

Here, you are looking at the PERRIN Performance Reverse Lockout Lever. This lever combines the OEM reverse lockout ring and plastic boot holder into one part making for a clean and simple look for your shifter. 

 

 

DETAILS:

  • Machined from billet 6061 aluminum materials
  • Anodized black finish
  • Helps eliminate rattles that are common with high-mileage OEM units
  • Incorporates (2) silicone O-rings that create a tight fit with a friction-free action
  • Installation can be performed within an hour
  • Specifications

    Brand: PERRIN
    Adjustable: No
    Color: Black
    Material: Aluminum
    Mfgr. Warranty: 5 Years
    Condition: New Product
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    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    PERRIN Reverse Lockout Lever Black ( Part Number: PSP-INR-250BK)
    Does not fit 2018 STI with KartBoy Short Shifter 4 months ago
    1out of 5stars
    nwilloughby
    Perrin either needs to include a screw or make sure this fits the OEM roll pin. I spent 5 hours trying to install this and ended up having to drill it out after the OEM roll pin got stuck half way in. The KartBoy short shifter and bushing kit was an easier install than this. Not satisfied with this Perrin item and would suggest looking at other brands.
      
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    Does not fit 2018 Subaru STI using OEM roll pin 4 months ago
    1out of 5stars
    nwilloughby
    I tried to get this installed for several hours, it does not work with the OEM pin. I ended up breaking off a punch trying to get this installed and had to drill out the punch and the lockout. If you want an aftermarket Reverse Lockout this is not the one if you have a 2018 STI.
      
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    Big Upgrade Over Stock 1 year ago
    5out of 5stars
    BT
    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.
      
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    Perrin reverse lockout  2 years ago
    4out of 5stars
    Rhd
    High quality, works great. For the price I feel they should supply a new roll pin. I spent the majority of my install time reworking the 2 cent roll pin. I highly recommend getting a new one before you do the install
      
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    beware some shift knobs will not fit! 2 years ago
    4out of 5stars
    crankyfart
    This thing is beautiful and feels top quality. However, it does not work with my favourite “Killer B Motorsport Type-R Shift Knob Black Brushed 6MT”. I am not sure if the issue lies with that Killer B shift knob since I also had issues using it on my kartboy short shifter (had to use shave off a few millimeters off the height from the bottom in order for the OEM reverse lever to work). Now when I use that shift knob with this reverse lever, the whole reverse lever cannot be lifted at all.
      
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    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

    • Q: Rattle noise  M.183 years ago

      I installed this with my kartboy shifter but it still rattles and makes noise like crazyy! Cang figure out why
    • Q: Fitment w/a Kartboy SS and Cobb Shift Knob  emummert56 years ago

      Are there any fitment issues with the Perrin Reverse Lockout on a '08 STi with a Kartboy Short Throw Shifter and a Cobb Shift knob?
    • Q: This is for ... ??  Heartless826 years ago

      I'm sorry but i don't understand the reason to install this ... someone can explain me? Thanks ! ;)
    • Q: Plans to release this for the 2015 WRX  ubersoph7 years ago

      Or Perrin have you tested this for fitment on that car? The 2015 WRX has a nasty tedency to rattle from this assembly from 2nd to 3rd gear and it's driving me nuts!
      • 0 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  This has not been confirmed for the WRX models yet unfortunately but it is possible it may fit. We cannot guarantee fitment at this time.

        Nick S. @ RallySport Direct 7 years ago  
          
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    • Q: Wrx  Dan Harper8 years ago

      Would this fit the cobb short throw for the 11 wrx or is there something else on the market to hold the shift boot up when using an aftermarket knob

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