I was just looking at mine and I believe the spring can be changed. Do you know where to get replacement ones?
Dam that sounds fun!! Dam shame we don't have sometihing like that for the Ram SRT-10.9 seconds said:
No. That would explain why he is in 4th place in the VRL. He must have missed a race or two for the Speed Vision (or is it speed channel?) series race.Hamrhead said:Is this race held as Laguna Seca?
Hamrhead said:Bob e-mailed me today with some positive info. Here's what he said:
Mike,Yes I think there are some solutions for the shifter, before I can respond correctly though, let me do some investigating. If it is similar to the Viper we may have an answer, and yes, that 2-3 and 3-4 shift has been a problem in the Viper too. We put a stronger spring on the “center of pattern to driver side of shifter” that helped. I will need a few days to get back, then maybe we can post a solution for all our Ram associates. Thanks Mike
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Hamrhead said:Haven't heard back from Bob yet. Understandably, this is not a priority for them. I figure they're trying to help us out so I don't want to seem impatient and e-mail him again. I'll give it another week or two I guess?
Jusy wanted to let you know I haven't forgotten.
I e-mailed him again a couple days back and got this reply:Titan said:Whoo!! Keep us posted
So, we're still in the 'Waiting to See How The Hell We're Gonna Fix This Thing' process. Like I said, patience.We took an SRT-10 Ram in and put it up on the hoist to verify the shifter. It is a unique item, made by Hurst. This will not cross over from the Viper. Mark Jorgensen will be calling Hurst to verify if they have any solutions and he will report back to both of us. Sorry for the long delay.
Story of my life.9 seconds said:Looks like it comes apart pretty easily. Putting it back together could be a different story.
I didn't see anything. I'll look again tonight.Hamrhead said:Did ya notice anything that looked like it could be adjusted?