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I'm am ordering a mgw short throw so just wanted to know if I could install it in my apartment parking lot with basic tools or should I drive up to mgw and just have them install it?
 

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You have to lift the car high enough to get to the right in the middle of the car and work there

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There is a youtube video on this, my local shop will charge me 50$ to install
 

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Ya all I have are stands you can drive up on. Mgw says they will install for free so I guess it's worth the hour drive
 

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Ramps, drive up from the front. Takes less than 2 hours, I enjoyed it. The inner boot is a bich tho. If u can get it free from the guys that built it, probably best.
Best mod I've done yet btw, you'll love it
 

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Ya I have ramps but I couldn't think if it for some reason. My wait is around 3 weeks so I guess you gotta wait for quality
 

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I've only ever used ramps. No jacks stands and lift. I am also not a very big guy either. But I did look at the fact that I could easily do the shifter myself.

Pretty sure their shifted will be my next purchase :)
 

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Ya I've been going back and forth between a shifter or getting a Mac prochamber, I decided for the shifter
 

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Put mine in with 2 Jack stands and one Jack. Took about an hour and half. Super simple install. You should have no problems installing on ramps.
 

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Redstang1 said:
I'm am ordering a mgw short throw so just wanted to know if I could install it in my apartment parking lot with basic tools or should I drive up to mgw and just have them install it?
I had better luck backing up on ramps and lifting Behind the front wheel a bit to get access
 
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