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Using a 3mm allen wrench, unscrew the four M5 dust cover bolts.
  • Using a 3mm allen wrench, unscrew the four M5 dust cover bolts.

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Remove the aluminium debris shield.
  • Remove the aluminium debris shield.

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Get underneath the vehicle.
  • Get underneath the vehicle.

  • Place the shifter in the center tunnel.

  • Using a 6mm allen wrench, install two of the M8 mounting bolts in the rear holes on the shifter.

    • These bolts should extend into your chassis’ stock shifter mounting holes.

  • Torque until the shifter is flush with the chassis.

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Locate the two front mounting holes for the shifter.
  • Locate the two front mounting holes for the shifter.

  • Use a metallic marker or chalk to outline where the mounting holes touch the center tunnel.

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Unbolt and remove the shifter from the chassis.
  • Unbolt and remove the shifter from the chassis.

  • Drill two holes in the center tunnel.

    • Drill two 1/8” pilot holes.

    • Open the holes up with a 3/8” bit.

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If OEM Shifter Cables are being used, install them before the shifter is mounted to the  chassis.
  • If OEM Shifter Cables are being used, install them before the shifter is mounted to the chassis.

  • If Hybrid Racing Shifter Cables are being used, they can be installed before or after the shifter is mounted to the chassis.

  • For both OEM and Hybrid racing cables:

    • Install the front/back cable from the front of the shifter.

    • Insert the spring clip from the bottom.

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For OEM cables:
  • For OEM cables:

    • Install the left and right cables with their tabs pointing downwards.

    • Rotate the cable 45 degrees.

  • For Hybrid Racing cables:

    • Install the right and left cables from the front of the shifter.

    • Insert the spring clips from the bottom.

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Before bolting the shifter to the chassis, place the included rubber seal on top of the shifter.
  • Before bolting the shifter to the chassis, place the included rubber seal on top of the shifter.

    • This rubber acts as a seal between the chassis and the shifter, preventing hot air, debris, moisture and excessive road noise from entering the cabin.

  • Align the rubber so the four holes on it lineup with the mounting holes on the shifter.

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While holding the shifter against the underside of the center tunnel:
  • While holding the shifter against the underside of the center tunnel:

    • Install two M8 bolts along with M8 flat washers and lock washers.

      • The lock washer should be sandwiched between the bolt and flat washer.

    • Use a 6mm allen wrench to tighten the bolts until the lock washers have fully compressed.

    • Ensure the shifter is lined up properly with the two holes that were drilled for the front mounting bolts.

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From inside the cabin, install the two M8 bolts that thread into the front mounting holes for the shifter.
  • From inside the cabin, install the two M8 bolts that thread into the front mounting holes for the shifter.

  • Use the supplied M8 flat washers and lock washers.

    • Make sure the lock washer is sandwiched between the bolt and flat washer.

  • Tighten until the lock washers have fully compressed.

  • The bottom mounting bolts may become loose after installing the mounting bolts on the top of the tunnel. Retighten if necessary.

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Attach the shifter cables to their respective rockers. The cable controlled by the front/back motion of the shifter has two throw settings.
  • Attach the shifter cables to their respective rockers.

    • The cable controlled by the front/back motion of the shifter has two throw settings.

      • The shifter has been supplied with It set to its longest throw setting.

      • Hybrid Racing recommends the shifter be set to its longest throw until the user is comfortable enough to shorten the throw.

      • Adjusting the throw to the shortest setting when not familiar with the shifter may result in missing gears, possibly leading to engine or transmission damage.

    • The cable controlled by the left/right motion of the shifter has three throw settings.

      • Hybrid Racing recommends that the shifter be set to its longest throw until the user is comfortable enough to shorten the throw.

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To adjust the shifter’s throw, loosen the bolt that each cable mounts to from the cable’s steel rocker. Reinsert the bolt into the hole that gives the desired throw length.
  • To adjust the shifter’s throw, loosen the bolt that each cable mounts to from the cable’s steel rocker.

  • Reinsert the bolt into the hole that gives the desired throw length.

    • The lower the cable is placed on the rocker, the shorter the throw will be.

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Slide the cable onto the retaining bolt before fully tightening.
  • Slide the cable onto the retaining bolt before fully tightening.

  • Place the supplied Delrin washers between the cable and the steel rocker.

  • Install the cable retaining bolt along with a lock washer.

  • Tighten the bolt until the lock washer has fully compressed.

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Adjust the cable retaining bolt for the cable controlled by the front/back motion using a 5mm allen wrench.
  • Adjust the cable retaining bolt for the cable controlled by the front/back motion using a 5mm allen wrench.

  • Adjust the cable retaining bolt for the cable controlled by the left/right motion using a 13mm open or closed-ended wrench.

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Reinsert one of the supplied cotter pins into the hole at the end of the cable retaining bolt.
  • Reinsert one of the supplied cotter pins into the hole at the end of the cable retaining bolt.

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Bolt the debris shield that you removed earlier back onto the shifter.
  • Bolt the debris shield that you removed earlier back onto the shifter.

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The upper shift rod is already bolted to the aluminum offset block.
  • The upper shift rod is already bolted to the aluminum offset block.

    • The offset block has 8 different positions relative to the lower rod on the shifter.

    • This is so that the user can move the shift knob to a location that better suits them.

    • Hybrid Racing recommends the offset block be positioned at 6 o'clock until the user is acclimated to the feel that the offset block gives the shifter.

  • Bolt the black offset block to the lower shift rod using a 5mm allen wrench, the M6 bolt, and a lock washer.

  • Torque until the lock washer is fully compressed.

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The offset block was designed be positioned above or below the shift boot. If you want the offset block to be visible after installation, the shift boot should be installed before the offset block.
  • The offset block was designed be positioned above or below the shift boot.

  • If you want the offset block to be visible after installation, the shift boot should be installed before the offset block.

  • If you want the offset block to be covered by the shift boot, install the shift boot after installing the offset block.

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To adjust the knob's height remove  the two M4 bolts using a 3mm allen wrench.
  • To adjust the knob's height remove the two M4 bolts using a 3mm allen wrench.

  • Adjust the knob.

    • The knob is adjusted in 10mm increments.

  • Reinsert the two M4 bolts while holding the upper rod in place.

  • Torque the M4 bolts until the lock washers are fully compressed.

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Megan Voss

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