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Perrin Shifter Mount Bushing
2013+ FR-S / BRZ
These little bushings are tough. PERRIN Performance Shifter Bushings replace the stock soft rubber bushings with unforgiving polyurethane versions. Helps achieve a solid and stable shifter feel.
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Perrin Shifter Mount Bushing / PSP-INR-006 Fits
4 customer reviews
Would be great “if”
I have the lightweight driveshaft (aluminum) installed which is a larger diameter than factory. As a result the bushing does not clear and rubs against the driveshaft.
Amazing difference, install misconception
First let me say that the install reviews are seriously misleading, with proper tools and knowledge following the instructions install took about 30 minutes and was virtually painless. Now about the bushing.... this thing makes a full world of difference, the car shifts a lot smoother and more precise, I can't describe it good enough but all you need to know is if you're considering buying this just buy it you'll be extremely happy with the results, I would also recommend shift springs which are next on my list, but just wow.
Worth the busted knuckles,
Noticeable difference over OEM. Pairs absolutely flawlessly w/ aftermarket shift springs and solid trans mount. Overall when paired w/ the previously mentioned mods it totally changes the stock shifter feel and makes it what it should have been from the factory. Quick, clean and REALLY fun to drive. Installation was a serious pain, overall took about 2-2.5 hours, required me to jack up the transmission, and dismount by downpipe and drivetrain. However, I set them on a couple of jack stands and everything went smooth. The most difficult part of it all was just getting to the bolts holding the OEM bushing in place. Definitely something every owner should do.
Great value, tough install
You have to remove a part of the exhaust, and also drop the Driveline, and even then it's difficult to reach where this part goes. It doesn't go on easy either, I would even say it's a two-man job. But once it's installed and bolt it up, it's one of the best feeling bushings on the market. It holds the transmission right where you needed to be, and the shift action is wonderful now, no waggle and no fear of missing gears. It's awesome!