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I had it in mind to get the full tilt, but I dont see it on their website.
Any recommendations?
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I have a blowfish bracket myself, but in 17 when I bought it, it was the only one on the market so I have nothing to compare it too. They all work basically the same so if you find one get it. The supply chain issues from the last couple of years made them difficult to find and some no longer are made, or in the case of blowfish racing are out of business.
 
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I have the Steeda bracket and it’s a solid piece.

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With the steeda do you but the trans insert separately? My car shifts really well, 3rd can fool me once in while
 

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I have the Steeda as well. I did mine at the same time as the tri-ax street and there is no play at all and the shifts are a very solid.
 

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Let me know if I can help assist - happy to get you situation, you can reach me at tim @ steeda

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I’m having the Triax Street installed on my Bullitt next week but not the support bracket because I don’t want any increase in NVH.
 
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I’m having the Triax Street installed on my Bullitt next week but not the support bracket because I don’t want any increase in NVH.
Have you seen how thin and flimsy the factory support bracket is? You might want to reconsider adding the Steeda support bracket.
 

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Have you seen how thin and flimsy the factory support bracket is? You might want to reconsider adding the Steeda support bracket.
You don't want to attach the shifter to the tunnel again, when you change it.
FTBR and Blowfish are the solutions with the stock shifter.
Alternatively MGW and Barton.
 
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Another vote for Steeda.
I was getting locked out of gear at high rpm and high lateral G loads on track because the OEM bracket was moving too much.
The Steeda bracket helped stiffen this up a good amount. Still not perfect but haven't had any missed shifts since. Great solution for only $80 or whatever it is.
 
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Have you seen how thin and flimsy the factory support bracket is? You might want to reconsider adding the Steeda support bracket.
Another vote for Steeda.
I was getting locked out of gear at high rpm and high lateral G loads on track because the OEM bracket was moving too much.
The Steeda bracket helped stiffen this up a good amount. Still not perfect but haven't had any missed shifts since. Great solution for only $80 or whatever it is.
Are you guys referring to this bracket :

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