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Woohoo!!! My skip shift eliminator arrived a little after lunch today. :guiness: :guiness: :guiness:

I can’t wait to get it installed. Going to take it to the GMC dealership where my buddy works and use one of the car lifts to provide the proper access as I hate being under cars on jacks/stands. Hopefully the weather cooperates. Last I heard, the voodoo specialists….errr, weather men, are projecting 14” of snow!!!

Thanks again Mikey @ SpeedLogix for a great price, excellent customer service and super-fast shipping! :bigthumb:

 

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Got it installed!!!! Easy as pie. The only issue is if you have big hands it is tough squeezing in the space to disconnect the old wiring and plug in the new adapter. I didn't even burn myself, which I was expecting to do. By the way the Challenger is one sexy beast even from the underside.

This is the way it should be from the factory. ;)

The best part? Having all the GM guys stare at the Challenger and tell me how they love it and would own one if it wasn't a Dodge. One of the mechanics, another friend of mine, even had to test drive it. He was all smiles, like a fat kid in a candy store.

Another great part? Driving by and revving at the used car sales manager. Turns out the black SS I offered to buy from him for $30K (before test driving the Challenger) a few months back is still there. In fact he would have had a 2 car deal with my wife vehicle, but he didn't want to play ball. My buddies in service was shocked at how he was unwilling to work a deal. Oh well worked out in the end. :D
 

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Got it installed!!!! Easy as pie....
It is, and one of the best $ for $ mods you can do to a 6 speed car. I installed mine while the muffler shop was replacing the resonators with glass packs.
 

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One thing I might note, on the instructions included with my SSE, step #4 indicates to attach the MALE end of the SSE connector to the factory wiring. That is incorrect on the Challengers!

In stock setup, the factory wiring has a MALE connector that plugs into the transmission. When you remove it, you must use the FEMALE end of the SSE connector to plug into the factory wiring. Then the MALE end of the SSE plugs into the transmission.
 
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