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Which short shifter should I buy?


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Do a search. This subject has been covered many times here and on 986forum. I installed the stock 9x7 SHORT shifter in my '01, and love it. Many others have found the stock 9x7 standard shifter to be to their liking. The regular shifter is a lot cheaper than the short shifter. The advantage with both of them is that the entire shift tower is replaced, rather than rebuilding your existing tower.

In order of shift distance, shortest to longest:

Porsche / B&M short shifter for 986 35% reduction

Agency Power 35% reduction

Schnell 30% reduction

Porsche 987/997 short shifter Part # 997-424-983-00 25% reduction

Evo Swift Shift 20% reduction

Porsche 987/997 standard shifter Part # 997-424-010-00 15% reduction

This is also the order of notchiness, most notchy first. (except for 9x7 short shifter)

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