Hey guys, I installed the B&M hammer shifter last summer, and one of the problems was that the transmission cable linkage is just a tad too short. when the car's shifter is in park, the tranmission is just barely in park. Like its just barely over the line between being in park and being in reverse. recently when i am driving, say 70mph, my car is around 2000rpms. when i Floor it and come back to 70 my car is around 3000rpms. and it wont ever go back down. I did not shift the car, but i think the car slipped between drive and 2nd gear. if i come to a complete stop, and put the car into 1st, then 2nd, then back into D. the car will go back to 70mph and stay around 2000rpm. but if i floor it from 70 and let off the throttle the car will never go back to 70 at 2000rpms. it will always stay at 3000 until i cycle the shifter again. i think what i need to do is dremmel out the cable linkage to give me a bit of play so the car is really into park. and then the gears R, N, D , 2, and 1 are always in the right gear and not really on the line between 2 gears, has anyone had experience with this phenomenon? what did you do to correct it. above you can see my crappy ms paint picture. in part 1. you see the blue transmission cable being stretched when its in park. the park should be about 5 more degrees to the left to be truly in park. but the cable is not long enough. my plan is to take the cable in picture 2 and to dremel out the loop a little bit on the inner side and end up with a cable that looks like picture 3. does this make sense? should i do this, or should i buy another cable? what do you recommend. I literally need about 1 or 2 centimeters of slack and i think the dremmel will do it.