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Old 03-04-2015, 01:39 PM   #1
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Whiteline bushing question

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How much mow vibration will I get after installing this bushing


And will I notice a difference in shifting


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On a scale from 1-10

How much mow vibration will I get after installing this bushing


And will I notice a difference in shifting


Thanks
I'm interested too. Some people were posting they drilled a 2inch hole in the middle of the bushing and it made it a lot more quieter. I think that's what they said.
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I heard that too, i wish someone how had it would post here
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I heard that too, i wish someone how had it would post here
A lot of people on this forum swear by the whiteline bushing and I remember them telling me that after a short time the noise goes away without removing some of the middle, at least that's what they were telling me. If you do a search on WHITELINE BUSHING you can read a lot of the peoples comments..Good luck.
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Drill the hole. The NVH is quite noticeably worse without it and doesn't diminish the effectiveness of it at all. A hand drill and a hole saw are your friends here. I tried it both ways and it's way easier to take with the hole drilled.
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Where do I drill the hole
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Old 03-07-2015, 09:40 PM   #7
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It would seem obvious that the only place to fit a 2+ inch hole is in the middle of the 3rd large ear, in the centre of the mount.

Now, it took me literally 5 seconds to find a pic on the web for you:

Whiteline Mustang Positive Shift Kit - Transmission Mount Bushing Insert KDT928 (11-15 GT) - Free Shipping
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Thanks...I'm just trying to be 100% sure before I do any cuts ya kno...so 2" hole is all Thats needed
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I didn't drill the hole and what vibration i had eventually went to almost nothing , had more noise than vibrations and its now almost nothing also

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people kind of get used to such things over time but, I wasn't prepared to accept it.

Hole drilled, it's been fired down the strip over 100 times on slicks without incident. I've also got a Steeda bracket, a billet knob and the MGW shift box arm steel bushing as well. Solid setup that.
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Yeah same here...no hole no problems.
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