CUBE Speed Factory Shifter Rebuild Kit to suit Supra MK4 A80 Remote/Tripod
CUBE Speed Factory Shifter Rebuild Kit to suit Supra MK4 A80 Remote/Tripod
CUBE Speed Factory Shifter Rebuild Kit to suit Supra MK4 A80 Remote/Tripod

CUBE Speed Factory Shifter Rebuild Kit to suit Supra MK4 A80 Remote/Tripod

Regular price $79.98 Sale

At Driver Motorsports, we believe in using quality products with top-notch workmanship.  For those reasons, we endorse CUBE Speed products.  Based out of Australia, CUBE Speed manufacturers quality short shifters that we use on Driver Motorsports cars, and we encourage you to use them on yours. 

Complete bush kit to re-build your stock/factory and make it feel like new!  Our kit replaces all of the commonly worn shifter bushes for the Supra MK4 A80 with the remote/tripod shifter. You won't believe the difference!

  • High quality, heavy-duty bushes, that are much stronger and harder wearing than the factory originals
  • Includes fitting instructions, with photos
  • Each kit contains all bushes shown in Photo 1
  • Photo 2 is an exploded view - the parts circled are replaced by this kit
  • ISO 9001:2000 and ISO/TS 16949:2002 accredited manufacturer

Fitment:

  • Toyota Supra Mk4 6 speed (V160 and V161)
  • Toyota Supra Mk4/A80 5 speed (W58 and R154) with the remote/tripod mount style shifter (see below for further details)
  • The Supra Mk4 A80 used two different types of shifter:  the direct mount shifter and the remote/tripod mount shifter. The bush kit in this listing is to suit the trans with the remote/tripod shifter.

    Please carry out the following checks before purchase:  Check the shape of your shifter lever under the gear lever boot/gaitor. If your shifter lever is straight, this short shifter will fit (Tripod/Remote mount shifter). If your shifter lever has bends in it, this short shifter will not fit (direct-mount shifter).  We also recommend that you also check from under the car.  If your shifter is mounted to a frame off the back of the gearbox, this bush kit will fit.  Also, see Photo 3 for a comparison between direct-mount and remote/tripod mount transmissions.