Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter for all 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Mustangs with a Tremec 3650 Manual Transmission.
If your 2001-2004 Mustang is equipped with a Tremec 3650 manual transmission, than you absolutely have to upgrade to Steeda's Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter for amazing shifting control and confidence! A Tri-Ax short throw shifter provides crisp shifts, precise action and a certain feeling in your hand that makes you realize that you are in complete control of your Mustang.
Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter Features and Benefits:
- Pivot ball and lever constructed from 1-piece billet steel with a design that affords greater stiffness front-to-back than competing round shafts
- Factory steel mounting rail replaced with a substantial billet aluminum bar for more positive positioning
- Upgraded rear mounting bushings are supplied to further reduce deflection under hard shifting
- Offset-preload coil springs that find the right gear every time so you won’t miss a shift
- Two-position adjustable heights
- Fewer moving parts to wear or break down
- Superior heavy-duty construction - no welds, stampings or castings to break
- Grade 8 and stainless steel hardware
- Nickel plated pivot shaft will not rust or stain
- No complicated, unnecessary adjustments unlike competitors designs
- Compact tower design that is easy to install
- Exclusive BootGuard to protect the factory rubber inner boot
- A more comfortable hand position than any other short throw shifter
- Smooth, precise, confident shifting technology
- Shortest throw of any shifter
- Adjustable positive stops prevent over extending the shift lever, preventing costly transmission damage
- CNC machined from billet 6061 T-6 aluminum
- Made in the USA
- Accepts factory and Steeda shift knobs
- Includes Steeda's exclusive Tri-Ax shifter handle and a tube of silicone
Steeda's Tri-Ax shifter body is crafted from a solid piece of billet aluminum and then precision CNC machined without any welds, stampings or casting for amazing durability and correct fitment. Inside, the pivot shaft has been specifically designed with the correct pivot ratio and short shift-throw for the Tremec 3650 transmission. The nickel-plated shaft won't rust or stain and has been machined to exacting tolerances for smooth, precise operation. Offset pre-load springs make sure you find third gear every time and adjustable positive stops prevent damage to the transmission.
Up top, the Tri-Ax shifter comes with an exclusive BootGuard to prevent any damage to the factory inner rubber boot and a forged Tri-Ax shifter handle. The forged aluminum handle is the strongest and lightest handle available with its unique three-axis bend that places the shift knob closer to the driver for quick, precise and comfortable shifts.
The Steeda Tri-Ax shifter is your answer to short throws, precise action and superior engineering designed to prevent damage to your transmission under daily driving or extreme conditions on the street, track or strip. With many exclusive features like two-position handle height and calibrated internal spring tensions, you have all the mechanical help available to ensure that you will never miss a gear. This is the smoothest, most comfortable, quickest shifting, shortest throw shifter on the market!
Please Note: If you own a 2001 Mustang, you must check your door tag to verify which transmission type you have. 6 = T-45 and K = 3650. This Steeda shifter will not work on the T-45 transmission, you must use MS01 for a T-45.
*Does not include a new shift knob.
Steeda is a Mustang parts manufacturer that offers everything you need for your vintage or newer Mustang model. The extensive list of Steeda parts includes everything from exhaust kits and radiators to wheels and interior dress up parts. CJ Pony Parts offers a huge selection of Steeda parts to meet your specific performance and styling needs and at prices that won't break your budget.
Order a Steeda Tri-Ax Short Throw Shifter for your 2001, 2002, 2003 or 2004 Mustang with a Tremec 3650 manual transmission from CJ Pony Parts today!
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what silicon do you use to seal the shifter? is it available on the site? thanks..
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Today we continue with the theme of basic bolt-ons in our 2003 GT by installing this short throw shifter from Steeda. The Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter is one of the most popular aftermarket shifters for your late model Mustang.
First of all, you can see the construction of it. Heavy-duty built, really a high-quality shifter. Has built-in stops, which puts less strain on your shifter forks. These three different adjustments points here allow you to choose the height of your shift handle. It includes an aluminum handle, an isolator to keep down vibration, and all necessary installation hardware. For this installation, you'll need a quarter-inch ratchet, 8mm socket, 10mm socket, 13mm socket, 6-inch extension, two half-inch wrenches, gasket scraper or razor blade, and a mallet.
The Steeda Tri-Ax is going to fit your T5, T45 or T3650 transmission. In the case of a 1994-2004, the installation is going to be exactly the same. You have 1993 or older Mustang, you'll have to take the console apart to get to the shifter. The actual shifter install is going to be identical.
We'll start by twisting off the shifter knob. You're going to reach your hand underneath the edges here, pull straight up to release the shifter boot. Make sure you unplug the lighter. Now we'll get the factory shift handle out of the way. It's held on by two 10mm bolts.
Now we're at the lower boot, which is held on by four 8mm bolts. Once the bolts are out, you can remove the boot. Kind of have to turn it a little bit to get it around the console.
Now you can see your stock shifter. It's held onto your transmission by four bolts, one on each corner. Now remove those next. Once you get the bolts out, you can remove the shifter from your transmission. There is factory silicone sealant used to hold it together, so it may not come apart easily. You may have to use a hammer, a couple small taps usually gets it out. Try it without the hammer first, some times you get lucky.
On your T5 and T45 cars, there's a little cup that sometimes will come out with the shifter, sometimes it stays in the transmission. You will want to make sure that's there and put it back in the transmission. The 3650, they actually attach this now to the ball in the shifter. Get a good grip on it and just pop it off.
Now move it over and install it on our Steeda. Before we install the new Steeda shifter, you want to go across this surface here. Using a gasket scraper or a razor blade, make sure all the old material is scraped off. Once you have it scraped clean, put down a layer of new silicone for our new shifter.
Now you put the Steeda down in place. You install the supplied bolts by Steeda. Do not re-use the factory ones; they will not fit with the new Steeda shifter.
Now we're going to adjust the stops on our shifter. What you want to do is push the clutch in, push your shifter right into third gear. What you do then is loosen this up here, while putting pressure forward. Basically unthread it until it touches the shifter. Once it's touching, you want to go about 1/4 of a turn away from it. Leaving a very thin gap between the shifter and the arm. Then we'll hold it and tight down the lock nut. Now you want to pull it back into second gear, and do the same thing.
Now we're ready to start putting everything back together. You want to start with the boot guard. This little washer that's included, just slide it over the lever and go all the way down at the bottom. Don't worry if it sounds like it's going to rattle around. When you put the lower shift boot on top of it, it will hold it in place and protect the boot.
Now you can reinstall the factory hardware. Now we can install the handle. The handle has two locations you can install it. Because the owner of this car is kind of on the taller side, we're going to go with the higher location.
Now we can reinstall the upper boot. Don't forget to plug your cigarette lighter back in. Lastly, reinstall the knob. Your installation is finished.
Even in the taller setting, the throws are nice and short. Best of all, when it goes into gear now, there's a real solid feel. Those stops do a great job of protecting your transmission against further damage. Installation will take you about an hour. You'll be back on the road in no time.