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Short shifters..

Old 14-Apr-2007, 10:20 AM
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Short shifters..

What is the difference between single bend short shifters and dual bend short shifters is there a big one? because I just got a single bend one for pretty cheap so I am not goign to complain but i wanted to know if its worth putting in
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I use a single bend B&M... all it does is affects the final resting location of your shift ****. some ppl like to sit really far back from the wheel or do the gangsta lean, so they prefer the shif****b further back so they can reach it from their lean back stance... that's who the dual bends were designed for.
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I was told the single bend is for a civic and the dual "s" bend is for the integra.

I have the dual bend....I like it. And actually the dual bend, to me, seemed like it put the **** farther forward (towards the front of the car) which gave the **** more of a tilted forward feel.
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