Energy Suspension Shifter Base Bushings for Evo 4-9 2G 3S (5.1102G)

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The Energy Suspension shift stabilizer bushing kit for Evo 4/5/6/7/8/9, 2G DSM, 3000GT and Stealth will improve the shift feel and responsiveness on your car. This easily installed kit eliminates the soft rubber factory change extension bushings and will work with the factory shifter and other aftermarket shifters. 

Vehicle Fitment:
1996-2006 Evolution IV V VI VII VIII IX
1995-1999 Eclipse GST/GSX
1995-1998 Talon TSi
1991-1999 3000GT VR-4
1991-1996 Stealth R/T

Purchase Includes:
8 pieces for a set of 4 black bushings.

Please Note:
We typically stock the black urethane bushing kits. If black is on backorder and red is available, we will contact you.

Black: 5.1102G
Red: 5.1102R
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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Abner Martinez (Tampa, FL, US)
Easy to install

Very straight forward - instructions were good and installed quickly with the OEM hardware. Feel more firm than the OEM rubber for sure.

Amazing product

Easy to install and look great can’t wait to take it out next season

Andy Zhang (Winnipeg, MB, CA)
Worth every penny

installation instructions are within the box!!
it cuts so much slack compared to the OEM rubber one, combining this with torque solution's shift cable bushings, all your shifts will have zero play and feels very crisp. a must upgrade for any manual car.

W.Smith (Pfafftown, NC, US)
Exactly what I expected.

Unsure of the three star review about not being a direct fit. These are a direct fit the only thing I could think that would make that individual think that, is that you have to reuse the metal housings from the stock bushings. Had no problem with this. Metal sleeves came right out. This keeps the cost down, that’s why you only pay a little over 10 bucks for these. Great $10 spent.

Michael Burke (Kingston, 01, JM)
Shifter base bushings

Ok, wasn't exact fit

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