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2008 Scion Pioneer Premium Head Unit + iPod cable (not pictured) - SOLD

B&M short shifter + stock shifter cage - SOLD

Denso o2 sensor (for pre-cat locations). Brand-new. $50 shipped.





NGK V-power spark plugs - lightly used (< 5 miles of driving). $10 shipped or free with $100+ total purchase.



'00-'02 to '03+ headlight adapter - SOLD

3x Rota center caps - brand new. Free with any purchase.

 

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I want that headlamp adapter kit. I've been looking for one. PM me with your paypal info.
 

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yea bump for Sam! this is a legit seller! Hey quick question man whats the difference between the b&m to the trd short shifter? GLWS!
Thanks for the kind words. I honestly couldn't tell a difference. I'd imagine that there would be a small margin in the difference of throw distance. To me, the TRD, B&M, eBay, etc are all the same :)
 

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Thanks for the kind words. I honestly couldn't tell a difference. I'd imagine that there would be a small margin in the difference of throw distance. To me, the TRD, B&M, eBay, etc are all the same :)
If you ever had a TRD you would be able to tell the difference. B&M, fidanza, che, are all the same though.
Basically TRD is the stock one with shorter throw (keeps the bent stock design), the others it is a straight bar that is shorter and shortens the throw. TRD piece is obviously more expensive but imo worth the price, especially before it sky rocketed due to them being out of production. I found shifts to take significant more effort with a fidanza due to less leverage than the TRD.
 

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If you ever had a TRD you would be able to tell the difference. B&M, fidanza, che, are all the same though.
Basically TRD is the stock one with shorter throw (keeps the bent stock design), the others it is a straight bar that is shorter and shortens the throw. TRD piece is obviously more expensive but imo worth the price, especially before it sky rocketed due to them being out of production. I found shifts to take significant more effort with a fidanza due to less leverage than the TRD.
Agreed ;) The TRD design is definitely unique (and OEM-built - better build/design). I've driven several spyders with different short shifters and personally haven't notice much of a difference (probably b/c that's probably I'm focused more on driving on the track :D), but I'm sure for a daily driver the TRD shifter is far superior :)
 

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Bump for a good seller:thumbsup:.
 
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