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MiataRoadster shifter tip bushings MAZDA

Brand: MiataRoadster | Category: Shifter

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Fitments

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More Information Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
Click For More Info 1989 - 2005 MIATA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL MR-SS-11: 5-SPEED - FITS 1989-2005 FACTORY SHIFTERS & MIATAROADSTER SHIFTERS (15mm ID/19mm OD/15mm high under the flange)
Click For More Info 1999 - 2001 MIATA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL MR-SS-12: 6-SPEED - FITS 1999-2000 (AND SOME 2001) FACTORY SHIFTERS W/ VIN BELOW -220739 & MIATAROADSTER SHIFTERS (15mm ID/19mm OD/17mm high under the flange)
Click For More Info 2001 - 2005 MIATA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL MR-SS-13: 6-SPEED - FITS 2001-2005 FACTORY SHIFTERS (INCL. MSM) W/ VIN OVER -220740 (17mm ID/21mm OD/19mm high under the flange)
Click For More Info 2001 - 2005 MIATA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL MR-SS-14: 6-SPEED - FITS 2001-2005 (INCL. MSM) USING 1999-2000 6-SPEED FACTORY SHIFTER OR MIATAROADSTER SHIFTER (15mm ID/21mm OD/19mm high under flange)

Product Description

Are you having problems shifting your Miata?

The factory shifter tip bushing is made of injection-molded plastic. After years of immersion in the gear oil in the shifter turret, it inevitably becomes brittle and cracks, undermining the function of the shifting system. See secondary image showing a typical disintegrated factory bushing.

MiataRoadster CNC-ed Delrin shifter tip bushings are impervious to breaking down due to petroleum and the heat of the transmission. They are superior to the Aluminum, Brass, or Bronze bushings also available on the market because, unlike a harsh metal-on-metal contact, Delrin absorbs vibration and blocks heat transfer through the shifter shaft and knob to your hand.

Note: Instead of snapping onto the tip of the shifter like the factory bushing, the MiataRoadster bushing’s unique “top hat” design has a flange around the top edge. When installing, simply place the bushing on the tip of your finger, slip it into the bore in the actuator block in the turret, then lower the shifter into the ID of the bushing.