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Old 07-12-2014, 07:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default B&M shifter with skunk2 shift knob

I was looking for a new shifter for my civic and was doing some reading on different brands. Decided to go with the b&m and skunk2 setup and I've got to say that I love it. I got the dual bend short shifter and at first it was wierd because it moved it closer to the dash but I just adjusted my seat forward a little and drove around a bit and it feels good. Plus the weighted shift knob on top of that makes it pretty easy to go through the gears.

It was really simple to install and came with instructions and everything needed (new bushings and grease)

The only complaint is going into 5th it seems to catch a tiny bit but I cant be positive that it's the shifter, besides when will you ever need to go into 5th quickly..?

anyone considering this setup you should definitely get it.. You won't be disappointed.
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