< moved here from Motorsport kit p0rn thread > Narrow audience for this one, but I'll put it here as it's somewhere where people will see it. Some pics of 02A shifter mechanisms, which may help people get their works type shifters working optimally. If you have one of these: Then these are the bits at the other end of the cables that matter to get the leverage right: left to right, top row: OE Corrado bracket, then same with 13mm ball, then later style 02A/J bracket. Ignore one on right. Middle row, left to right: VWM washer/needle bearing/washer then VWM brass bush which replaces OE plastic item, then washer/needle bearing/washer. These basically stop slack in the pivot. Brass bush dimensions are 33mm long, 8mm ID, 12.5mm OD, steps on ends are 9.85mm OD, thicker body is 25.75mm long, leaving smaller dia ends at about 3.63 mm each end. Lower row is OE early 02A, with VWM shortened version below, and then later 02A/J version to the right which works with the other bracket above it. Edit: it's the early Corrado/G60 stuff that was used on the VW Motorsport cars (ie stuff on left) - the ones on the RHS weren't used. OE Corrado (top) and VWM Hannover supplied shortened version below. Easy to create - take the measurements, cut to desired length and file the corners off. Then go shopping here, to buy the 10mm or 13mm sockets and balls required, or use the OE attachments if that's what you've got, G-werks I believe use std shifter cables. Just leaves job of sourcing those needle bearing things, which are not cheap unfortunately. In situ pic from old Bildon site gives more idea: Bit more info here from VWM manual, notes originally from g-wagen off here: Having heard various average reports about these shifters when installed without the right bits, I bolted this up on mine recently, and shifter quality is fine. Hopefully of interest, and of use to the odd person dropping by who has this stuff.