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Posted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 10:42 pm 
Oompa Loompa

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Ride: Fairlane

Location: Perth
WA, Australia

I am looking into purchasing a Dual Stage TranMod Shift kit from I am just wondering has anyone purchased/installed one of their products, or even better can someone might have one already in their car please tell me how they go. Does it make a difference? Notice any changes?



1995 Ford NF Fairlane Series II
*single genie 2.5"exhaust, apc cold air intake, lovells superlows front and rear, kyb excel-g gas shocks at rear, anz 18" tycoons(hyperblack), redline air filter, 76mm MAF

Posted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 10:53 pm 
Stock as a Rock

Age: 44

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Location: Sydney
NSW, Australia

I haven't had any experience with their shiftkits, even though I am about to buy their two-stage unit.

Shiftkits in general, however, give a much firmer, faster shift.
Chirping in to second gear becomes easy all of a sudden.




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Posted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 1:58 am 
Tyre Shredder

Age: 31

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Ride: 2002 Mustang Cobra

Location: Broadmeadows (Melb. North)
VIC, Australia

Yeah I got their Fully Adjustable one. Piss easy to install, the instructions are VERY detailed.

U will notice the difference mate...when I got mine on the softest setting it shifts hard as going from 1st to 2nd...anything after that u can't really feel it. It's enough to make u jerk back. On max setting, u can feel it in all gears (even wen u plant ur foot and it shifts down) and REALLY knocks u back.



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