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alex911s

Installed 997 Shifter assembly..pics

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I've had the B&M ssk on my boxster before and the oem ssk on my 996 carrera.. but nothing compares to the 987/997 shifter assembly.. shorter throws, easy to shift/precise such a blast to drive.

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Some shift knobs like this uses tork screw, like what other says make sure you watch out and dont knock your teeth off while pulling it..:icon501::evilgrin:

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old one..

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the longest to remove..LOL

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old one coming off

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I cant tell the difference..lol 997 at the bottom

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new one is in

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part #

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Finish product

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I did had this done and have to say its the best money I have spent. I wish I did years ago. It makes all the difference in the world. Great instructuons BTW. I watched my mechanic do mine and you covered everything.

Enjoy...

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Is this the stock 997 shifter or the factory "short shift" version?

it's the stock 997 shifter

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Very good job. Thanks for sharing... Hope this will be in the DIY section soon...

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I had the B & M SSK in both my old 996's. I have a 997 S now and I like the stock shifter better as well!

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I've wanted to do this also, but priorities do not allow it yet. I like that it is reversible w/o buying new parts in case I ever sell my car to an "as original only" type buyer.

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Very good job. Thanks for sharing... Hope this will be in the DIY section soon...

I think it needs quite a bit more detail to make this a DIY Tutorial.

DIY Tutorials need to be more of a step by step.

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i agree with Loren,mine's not diy worthy:) you guys can just reference the b&m docs, it's more detailed..

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