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ys1 shifter selector need help

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by gatto-is-alive, Oct 1, 2010.

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    gatto-is-alive New Member

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    i have a ys1 cable trans that is starting to pop off gears or is not engaging properly into gears

    i know that bthese gear boxes tend to bend the selector assembly
    iknow that a certain manufacturer makes the components better than oem but i just cant find nothing about it

    can any one send me a link or something where i can find these components i need cos i only depend on internet for these parts:(

    PLS!!!!!!!!
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    PPG maybe?

    I don't think they would be off the shelf items btw. I've only seen on application on Honda-tech where they had a custom 3/4 selector on a dog box setup but I can't find it anymore.
     
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    i sent an email to ppg to see if it is still available but had no response
     
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    found that part it is made by speedfactory and the precice name is

    shift change holder assembly
    and sadly is off my budget scale
    now i m gonna take the box apaart and try to make a similar modification to mine due to speedfactory only upgrade the stock unit by making it more robust and changing 2 parts of it
    a spring and an arm that i will have to get machined from a new material

    wish me good luck!!
     
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