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Old 02-01-2015, 11:40 PM   #1
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what are the differences between these short shifters?

Completely new to manual car and I don't know the difference between these two I am wanting to buy.

Short Shifter Honda Accord Acura TL Type s TSX 6SPEED Manual 2 4L 3 0L 3 2L 3 5L | eBay

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Any advice you manual drivers can give me? I am wanting to make a purchase on short shifter, shift knobs (not sure about weight etc..)
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If you're new to driving manual, what makes you think you need or want a short shifter?

It's your car, get what you want but I think it would actually impede your learning process.
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If you're new to driving manual, what makes you think you need or want a short shifter?
I have to reach so much when putting into gears. I held the shifter below the shift knob and it was much easier and quicker shifting. Also have a new shift knob which makes the throws easier but not sure if I want to settle with it yet. I do want to dress up my car, new accessories is always a fun thing for me.
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Cosmetically, most of the shifter is covered by the boot anyways, unless you get something a long the lines of a K-Tuned, fully adjustable unit.

Have you tried re-adjusting your seat so you're more upright? Considered a shifter extension? They come in a variety of lengths, straight, angled, S shaped....
http://www.gowesty.com/images/ec/pro...ea0274b6a2.jpg

If you want full height/throw adjustment and "looks cool", see how the K-Tuned unit works for you.
K-Tuned. Race Proven. Archive B&D Series Shifter
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