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Old 06-14-2018, 07:24 PM
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Watched some you-tube videos, which always gets me in trouble.. Learned of this Anti Venom Mod, so.... I ordered parts.. Along with the 2 washers that came in today was my jacking pucks, so i just had to try those out.. Anti Venom mod is as advertised. I have a MGW short throw shifter and the notchiness and the pure strength to get in gear made it unpleasant for the wife to drive. With 2 washers installed it makes it so smooth to shift thru the gears, i still get the little notchy feeling i like and the wife who has yet had the chance to drive it i am sure will like the ease of the gears. Great mod for who ever does it! Thumbs up from this member!!!



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Old 06-14-2018, 11:45 PM
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Nice little write up, thanks. I have considered this, but I am the only one driving my car (my wife drove it once or twice in the first couple years, not at all the last couple).
Still something I'd consider as a mini winter project.
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You don't need to wait for winter. This mod takes less time to do than jacking the rear of the car up. I did it to mine, I wasn't too happy with the feel of my B&M and it feels much better now.
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Surprised that ******* incompetent jackass Greg is still in business.

And the "AntiVenom" mod can be done with one or two copper washers over the stock bolt for $1.00 and does the same exact thing. And yes, it does.

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Old 06-15-2018, 09:00 AM
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like said above, super easy to do. a matter of taking a bolt out and throwing washers on it and putting it back in. i would not wait till winter!

also as far as the washers go, you could spend the 5 bucks for the two washers or you could take the plug out and go to the hardware store to get the right size washer. again super super easy
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The Anti Venom mod did wonders for me with my Hurst shifter and I only used one washer. Getting the detent bolt back in was a bit of a challenge at least for me - most likely because did not have the car high enough to get the just right angle on my arm/hand. Plus I was scared that I would cross thread the trany case.

Hopefully I can get my TMODCustoms lower shifter box installed afternoon as well. That should finish the whole project and help to make a major improvement;

https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...ter-boxes.html
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Old 06-16-2018, 08:06 PM
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Originally Posted by JHrinsin View Post
The Anti Venom mod did wonders for me with my Hurst shifter and I only used one washer. Getting the detent bolt back in was a bit of a challenge at least for me - most likely because did not have the car high enough to get the just right angle on my arm/hand. Plus I was scared that I would cross thread the trany case.

Hopefully I can get my TMODCustoms lower shifter box installed afternoon as well. That should finish the whole project and help to make a major improvement;

https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...ter-boxes.html

yeah OJ replaced my lower box with the one from MGW, looks pretty close to the one you are installing. I am happy with mine 100 percent now, feeling, noise, functionality.. all complete now.
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once you installed the two washer. how much do you torque the bolt to?
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once you installed the two washer. how much do you torque the bolt to?
Snug.
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