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Pics of B&M short shifters

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by 92CHB, Apr 10, 2005.

  1. 92CHB

    92CHB Senior Member

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    I was wondering if anyone has any pics of a B&M short shifter's installed in their car's. I am contemplating wheather i should get the single or dual bend. Thanks ahead of time!
     
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    this is the B&M pro edge shifter, probable the best shifter on the market, i've had so many kinds of shifters, and this is the best that has been counter weighted, with teflon bushings and it replaces the stock rubbger boot it sits in.
    good luck
     
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    looks nice! Pro- Edge, so thats the single bend version?
     
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    yes, and i love it so much, it is the tightest shifting shifter i've ever had, and i've had some of the best
     
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    how much did that cost you
     
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    B&M shifters suck. they are so not smooth, the feel is shitty, and they rattle after 3 months

    ask me how i know.


    get a straight bend skunk2. can't go wrong. the roller bearing assembly is bad ass.
     
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    sorry b, i've had mine for over two and half years, and it is still as stiff and smooth as the day i got it. maybe yours was a defect or something, but it is still the best shifter i've had. now don't get me worng, the regular B&M sucks yes, because it doesn't come with the shifter housing, but the racing one does, thats probably why it will last you longer. all i know is that it is the best i've seen and felt
     
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    i payed about $150 when it first came out, i think the price has dropped a bit, so you can get it a little cheaper, but not by much, you can get the regular one for about 50 or 60 bucks give or take a few dollars:)
     
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