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Anybody put in a Ipsco shifter?

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by Oilman1934, Oct 30, 2013.

  1. Oilman1934

    Oilman1934 Enthusiast

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    Looks high quality ,just bought one and would like to hear from someone who has spent some time with one. Thanks
     
  2. avijay

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    I've had mine in for about a month and a half now and glad I got it, no missed shifts into third and it feels a lot more confident. Easy install too.
     
  3. s55c

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    i've had mine now for a couple weeks...love it!!!
     
  4. NO HEMI

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    Where did you buy it??
     
  5. CEJ

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    ipsco.org and vipaire.com have them.
     
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    Thanks CEJ
     
  7. V10TT

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    How does it compare with the BnM?
     
  8. s55c

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    it's red, it won't break, you can change the spring, and most importantly... IT'S AVAILABLE,,, I love mine.
     
  9. Oilman1934

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    S55c how was the installation ?
     
  10. s55c

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    very simple,, he sends along very good instructions to walk you thru it... I looked them over but I didn't need em since I was pulling trans anyways,,, but for someone who doesn't work on cars very much it will be very helpful. I do all my own work and that would be one very simple swap,,, if you buy one you will be happy with it.
     
  11. Oilman1934

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    It's on the way . Thanks
     
  12. AZTVR

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    And the plus side is that Mark at IPSCO is a very good guy who will help you out with any issues that crop up. Not that this would be subject to that. ( I have his ebrake kit, and had trouble getting the adjustment right. I talked with him and found out that he had lots of adjustability designed into that product that wasn't obvious or needed in most situations. Great guy.)
     
  13. Oilman1934

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    Just recieved it and it looks like something that should belong in a Pagani, the instructions are picture by picture steps and in color can't wait to put it in!
     
  14. Bugman Jeff

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    For those that have used other shifters, how does it shift compared to the B&M or Hurst?
     
  15. Mad Max

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    Got mine from Jon B. Very good price!
     
  16. Rickman6

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    Just recieved and installed mine....amazing high end product. Everything you need and then some in the box. IPSCO = top notch supplier:)
     

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