Is there a better gearbox to fit these,since the new engine was fitted i've noticed that gear change is way too quick. Any ideas guy's.
when changing gear, if you slow your left hand down when changing gear then the gearchange should become equally slower
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same goes for the steering too
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If you've had an engine that's rather elderly and asthmatic, and now have one that's firing on all cylinders. I can see your logic and would agree that you think you're changing too soon when actually, its just that you're getting there sooner (there are creams for that). The one you'll truly notice it on is first as it's a short gear. Another major one will be the airflow/fuel - new engine won't have the buildups that were there and stifling you.Add to the last point that there's lots of lovely cold air at the moment. Break it down to the base level, just compare it to unladen v full up laden.
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