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    Kiggly "Manumatic" Mod


    Car : 95 Talon TSi AWD
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    Kiggly "Manumatic" Mod

    Post by AJracer33a on Fri Jan 20, 2012 4:33 pm

    Kiggly "Manumatic" Mod

    This is a write up written by red97rum, a member on DSM Tuners. I was granted his permission to post exact reply to me via private messaging. I plan to do this mod in the very near future and this is what I am going to follow. I will make another write up when I do it, so that way there is a better description, details, and pics. Here we go.

    By red97rum,

    I used a Hurst Promatic II shifter, picked it up on ebay for $85. I used the 5 speed shifter plate but I had to cut it up quite a bit where the 5 speed shifter mounted, and in the front to make room for the automatic shifter cable. Wasn't too hard though and it works very well. The cable end mounts to the stock gear selector on the transmission but not in the original hole as it's too big. I drilled a new hole in the gear selector arm and mounted the Hurst cable there. Then just adjusted the cable and have been ratchet shifting ever since. I had my transmission running in manual mode all the time since I don't have a TCU, so I figured a ratchet shifter would make it easier to drive around on the street.

    Here are a couple of pics I have. I actually ended up cutting more off the front of the shifter base than what is in these pictures:

    I ended up cutting out what is marked in red so the shifter cable wouldn't get bound up from being at a weird angle.

    Here's a shot of where the cable connects to the gear selector, just used the stock cable mount with (2) big washers:

    As for wiring, this is the Kiggly wiring diagram you need to use for making the trans shift manually:

    By, red97rum.

    So there is the Kiggly “Manumatic” Mod write up. Anyone using this write up to complete the mod, please post your experience below. Feel free to leave any comments below as well.


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