This is for the 5 speed manual transmission used with the 2.0L inline 4 engines from the mid 2000s. (code named "Beta 2")
They may fit older or newer Hyundai and possibly Kia manual transmissions as well as several of their designes were licensed from Mitsubishi and shared between other models.
Trying to show some love to the Hyundai aftermarket community, which isnt very large for these older Hyundais here in the United States.
These parts are installed on my 2003 Hyundai Accent, into which I swapped the drive-train from a junkyard Elantra. They may fit a stock Accent manual transmission as well, but since I switched from the automatic, I can't say for sure.
These are a replacement for the stock, semi-hollow rubber bushings used and are intended to deliver a more precise, less "mushy" shift due to eliminating slop in the factory bushings. aluminum, brass, and urethane bushings are available for this car for 30-40 USD and I think that's just too much
You will need to print 2 of each file.
I would stick to higher temperature materials as these parts sit under the hood, on top of the transmission of the car, which can get quite hot. I printed mine with Micro Center's Inland brand red ABS
I have used these bushings on several trips so far of various lengths, during the summer and have not seen any evidence of melting, cracking or fatigue. I would advise going with solid infill for safety reasons