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Subaru OEM Short Throw Shifter ( Part Number:SUB C1010FG600)

Subaru OEM Short Throw Shifter - Subaru STI 2008+

MODEL # SUB C1010FG600
Manufacturer Part # C1010FG600

$395.00

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Description

OEM STi upgrade shifter reduces shift throw lengths for crisper, shifts and sportier driving. Firmer linkage bushings improves feedback and shifter feel. There is approximately a 10% reduction in shift throw over the stock WRX STi linkage, and the amount of lateral play in the shifter is minimized as well.
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Specifications


Brand: Subaru OEM
Adjustable: No
Bushings Included: Yes
Color: Silver
Material: Steel

Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year
Condition: New Product
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  • Q: Is this compatible with 04 STi?  yma10 9 months ago

    Answer

    What will be the main difference between P/N C1010FG600 and P/N C1010FE000? I think the 6/MT transmission remains unchanged from 2004-2018, right???


    • A: For the most part yes. But there are slight differences in every years transmissions. The difference are probably just cable length, mounting locations, etc.


      Tyler A. 9 months ago
  • Q: 6 bolts and 1 nut  FE 3 years ago

    Answer

    Where do these bolts go? I assume the 4 go on top of the shifter console to hold this unit. But where does the 2 bigger bolts and 1 nut go?


    • A: The 4 smaller bolts mount the lower rubber seal to the chassis under the shifter console, the larger bolts mount the rear shifter bushing to the chassis under the car, and the nut is used to secure the front linkage.


      acncarlos95320 3 years ago