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Feb 2, 6:36pm - #95645 
short shifter

i am planing on getting a short shifter which one do you think is better b&m or TRD and where can i get a good price on it



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Feb 2, 6:52pm - #95646 
B&M from www.modacar.com if they have it or www.i-m-racing.com


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Feb 2, 8:02pm - #95647 
I got my b&m from Summitracing.com. I paid about 150.00 for it and I really like it. My friend has the TRD shortshifter and although I don't know what he paid for it, it does quite well also. Oh, I think my throw were reduced by almost 40%. Don't know what TRD is.

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Feb 2, 9:12pm - #95648 
TWM tasty

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Feb 2, 9:16pm - #95649 
TRD is the smoothest.

On a GTS, making the shifter any more notchy is a pain in the arse


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Feb 2, 9:34pm - #95650 
I had heard and I don't know if this is true, but that a TRD short shifter only works with a 2000 original transmission not the remanufactured one for missifts? I have my own doubts about short shifters, but if I do intend to get one I'm sure I will get the best possible through research and experience on other Celicas. Has anyone heard of this?

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Feb 2, 9:38pm - #95651 
Is it true that for the TRD you need to change the stick with the housing while the b&m only changes the stick?

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Feb 3, 12:19am - #95652 
twm you wont be disappointed, ask anyone that has it


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Feb 3, 2:37pm - #95653 
Originally Posted by beans
Is it true that for the TRD you need to change the stick with the housing while the b&m only changes the stick?


TRD is a full replacement...meaning the housing and stick...


TWM and B&M are just the sticks...so you have to take the stock stick out of the housing, then replace it with new one. thumbsup


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Feb 3, 7:44pm - #95654 
I'm thinking either TWM or B&M, which is the least notchy of these two? And are either of them smoother then the stock GTS shifter?


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Feb 3, 9:05pm - #95655 
Originally Posted by GraSSRooTs
I'm thinking either TWM or B&M, which is the least notchy of these two? And are either of them smoother then the stock GTS shifter?


go for B&M


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Feb 3, 10:24pm - #95656 
If you decide on the B&M, you can get it HERE for $125. They have great service too! thumbsup

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Feb 4, 2:15am - #95657 
go with TRD. I have TRD and i love it. Install is simple and short. Plus it is just bolt on, no glues or having to take a stick out or anything... I got mine fromhere but only go with this if you have the GTS if not i guess you should go with the other knock offs mentioned..

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