Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Eight one Eight, CA.
Here are some of my experiences with the install:
1. E-brake cables are tight, specially the shifter cables. I had to cut the zip tie anchoring the shifter cables under the car by the transmission to give it some slack. Otherwise, there was no way to secure the cables to the block with the dowel pins and the block to the shifter housing. The shifter cables are now touching part of the bottom of the transmission. I haven't buttoned the car up yet so I'll check if I can pull it back from the front to the back so that the cables won't be touching the transmission.
2. Putting in both dowel pins was a pain
3. Up to you, but I drilled and installed a rivnut for the third bolt in the front.
3. It is easier to install than I thought, just had to make some adjustments.
4. I didn't install the E-brake micro switch, mostly to give it a clean look. I wrapped duct tape around it so that the switch is in a closed position. It will be tucked under the front seat. I figured I rarely use the e-brake anyway.
Just have to install the seats and fine tune the settings.
Last edited by jumpman1975; 05-26-2016 at 02:33 PM.