I remember i stumbled across a video before. Having just done it last month it is a really easy. I would say WD40 to soak the drift pin and a mini sledge will be your best friends. If all goes well it should be done in less than an hour.
After installing the breedt arm in position 2 on Boarder140's car, there was issues getting into reverse. So we popped the shift boot, and gave the stationary reverse "guide" on the left side of the shifter assembly, a precision snip. This gave clearance for the reverse lockout on the shifter to engage and disengage the reverse "guide" properly. Super easy and doesn't effect any functionality.
You could have done a little ship on the reverse lockout "guide/rail" on the stationary shifter plastic on the drivers side of the shifter under the boot. It solves the problem, its just the alignment with the reverse lockout path gets a smidge off with positions 1 and 2 sometimes. A quick snip and it's golden.
@boarder140 yours is still fine right?
Yeah mines still good. All that needs to be done is a snip of the guide/rail like Duece was talking about. Only about 3-5mm needs to be snipped
Bam, i found some of them. Theres info in a breedt p2 help thread iirc.Thanks! I will look for that
Yep, you can move from P1/P2 or from P3/P4 without removing the arm. If you wanted to go from P3 to P1/P2 you would have to remove the arm and rotate it 180 degrees.Thinking about changing from 40% throw reduction to the smoother one, 25%? I can leave the arm in and just change the throw position right?