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i am in the market for a short shift kit for my 1993 bmw 325i and i need some reccomendations and some comments reguarding the installation.

Since its an older car, im going to replace all of the bushings too.

I think that the UUC kit w/ delran bushings from turner will be the best bet ($260), any comments?

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Yea... I'm probably speaking for a lot of people who have read your topic..

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i got it down to the UUC and the Rogue, and im still not sure which one... not that many people have opinions on the rogue, and i would like to hear some more rogue coments before i make my final decision

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check out bavauto.com, i'd say most of their stuff is quality
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If its between the UUC and the Rogue... go with the Rogue.. its the best thing out there.. its what I got.

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i have never driven a car with rogue before, i know UUC is agreat one to have, i hear its pretty much a toss up.. and people will always argue different ways!

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I had a uuc and it the bushings had problems after the 2nd year. I've sinced returned to my original

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check out bavauto.com, i'd say most of their stuff is quality
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... Except their suspinsion bushings, which already have HOLES IN THEM WHERE I CAN SEE RIGHT THROUGH THEM AFTER LESS THAN 10,000 MILES...


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^Thats worthy of note. I'd say go with the Rouge.

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what about active autowerks?

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UUC Evo...

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I've heard a lot about that one.. and to be honest.. I dont exactly like that one.. a little to notchy for me... but hey.. some people like feeling like they are killing their tranny.... haha

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I've heard a lot about that one.. and to be honest.. I dont exactly like that one.. a little to notchy for me... but hey.. some people like feeling like they are killing their tranny.... haha

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which shift kit does that? the UUC?

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