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Old 29-May-2006, 05:19 PM
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need a short shifter

i wanna grab a short shifter for my crx. can anyone recommend a good place to get em?
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Old 29-May-2006, 05:22 PM
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teknotik... i think they are like $15... or something.
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Old 29-May-2006, 05:35 PM
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be careful which one you get, I had one in my EF, it hit the exhaust going into reverse, and it would cause grinding in the tranny in 2nd gear...maybe some brands are better than others, but I went back to stock and am a lot happier...
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Old 29-May-2006, 05:51 PM
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oh wow i didnt know that. hmm the reason i wanted to get it was because the bushings in my current shifter are worn or seized up. so i figured instead of getting new bushings i'd just grab a whole short shifter with bushings included.. any brands you guys would recommend? or against?
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Old 29-May-2006, 05:54 PM
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Originally posted by mikepasini
teknotik... i think they are like $15... or something.
cool! i found one for 35 bux on that site.. hmm wonder if its any good

http://www.teknotik.com/product_sect...pid=323&cat=60
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Old 29-May-2006, 05:55 PM
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the reason for the vibrating on the exhaust is cause the short shifters in general are longer at the bottom end to produce this shorter throw. and i have never heard of gears grinding when just driving the car?? you had to have been matting it off the line

i have had both a short shifter from teknotik and a solo short shifter and used an b&m and really to tell ya the truth i dont notice any difference at all. although i can guarantee that the more expensive ones and name brands are a more stirdy and durable.
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Old 30-May-2006, 01:12 PM
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You can also buy a rebuild kit from any Honda dealer that includes all of the necessary pieces to repair your stock shifter to like new condition. I'd also recommend a set of Energy Suspension urethane bushings to replace the original rubber ones. B&M and Solo are good cheaper short shifters to get if you really want one.
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b&m best bang for buck
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Old 30-May-2006, 04:48 PM
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just dont get a solo short shift...i have one and my friend has one and they both snapped going into second gear. get es bushings though...
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