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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Apr 12, 1:14am - #11628 
Short Shifter

Sup guys, I'm looking for a short shifter for my 01 GT. Just wondering what everyone has and what they think of it. Isaac, I know you have the B&M, tell me about it. I haven't heard of anyone with the TRD shifter, why is that?

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Apr 12, 1:16am - #11629 
I heard good reviews about the TWM. Never tried it though.

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Apr 12, 8:10am - #11630 
TRD is said to be the best. that's what i am going with. i heard it reduces the throws the most.


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Apr 12, 9:50am - #11631 
I've got the B&M on my 00' gts... and i love it. shifts great took about 3 or 4 trips to the store to get used to it over the stock. very nice.

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Apr 12, 10:10am - #11632 
twm. simple as that wink


Old Car: 2002 Toyota Celica GT-S=Liquid Silver=6 speed manual=show car
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New Car: 2004 Lexus IS300=Black on Black Leather=5 speed manual=Sport Design II package.

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Apr 12, 10:13am - #11633 
Run down on short shifters:

TWM - shortest throw of all, basically sits right above the leather, roughest shifting and most likely to misshift.

B&M - in between TWM and TRD in height, smoothness and misshifting.

TRD - about an inch shorter than stock, smoothest shifting out of the three, least likely to misshift.

There's a way to shorten your stock one about 3/4 inch, I might just do that to save myself the money. That's the run down on the short shifters though, you could get used to anyone of them though in due time.

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gixxer man
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Apr 12, 10:37am - #11634 
have a short throw,but dont know what it is frown . i got my gts and it was already on there. all i know it has a painted silver look.

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Pete00
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Apr 13, 12:07am - #11635 
here's a pic of my twm ss.
(btw if you are wondering about the color shades of the interior...the reds/blacks are all the same. the lighting conditions make it look weird spineyes )

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Old Car: 2002 Toyota Celica GT-S=Liquid Silver=6 speed manual=show car
^^*FOR SALE*^^ $25,995 CDN OBO!!!
New Car: 2004 Lexus IS300=Black on Black Leather=5 speed manual=Sport Design II package.

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