the only way you can get a shorter throw is if you change the armature of the lever
Its basic physics and has been cover 1000000000000 billion times on this forum, just ask anyone who knows what they are talking about
Wrong. Think about it. If you had a shifter that was a 3 feet long, and one that was 4 inches long, which do you think you could shift faster? Which would you think wouldn't have to travel as far to shift? Do I need to draw a picture? Would that help? OK I WILL!
no you're a dumbass, first off, dont start talking shit about people and what there saying until you know that the f**k your talkking about. The illustration that Jbing put is the right one, your jsut an idiot! You can shorten the top part of the shifter to an inch and it will be jsut the same as the stock shifter, why, because short throws dont jsut shorten the top part, the change the pivot point of the shifter. making it longer from the pivot to the bottom, so that it pops in quicker. Also, if you have seen the B&M, its a straight metal piece, rather then the curved piece of the stock one, do your fucking homework before you talk shit again!!
shortening the top part of the B&M will make it seem shorter, but it wont be shorter.