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Neuspeed short shift

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Defratos, Jul 15, 2005.

  1. Defratos
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    [Jul 15, 2005]
    Hey guys, just to show those who wanna see my new short shift, I know it ain't anythin new but I like the feel of the car more now, enjoy ;-)

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    is that like weighted? what does it do to the throw, i have a neuspeed short shift gearstick & mount works superb also mainly shortening front to back throw rather than side to side, just the way i like it /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif

    was looking about at counterweights and stuff, curiously, but am very happy with my current setup

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    i tired it and absolutely hated it. couldnt get rid of it quck enough.
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    get the dieselgeek one mate its wicxked i've got its made a huge difference
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    Alternatively get the ECS one. Its throw and weight adjustable so you adjust your shift exactly how you want it. Same price as the Neuspeed at around £140+vat!

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    I was looking at the diesl geek one, they look sweet. How much better would u say it is in comparison to the Nuespeed? The only thing about the ECS one is that it looks a bit vulnerable to cracks (due to the number of holes) but I dunno, purley guess wor. PaulS3 what did you hate about it?
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    de ja vu linky /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif


    i am more than happy with my OEM Shifter now, been there and tried a modified one, and hated it.
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    looool, forgot I ever even posted that, cheers Paul /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/beerchug.gif
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    I'm with Pauls3...I tried both and although is much preferred the shorter throw I found the gearchange too stiff. Sold them both.
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    yea the dieselgeek isn't as notchy and its smooth .. i got mine secondhand but its perfect and very easy to fit
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    I was looking at the diesl geek one, they look sweet. How much better would u say it is in comparison to the Nuespeed? The only thing about the ECS one is that it looks a bit vulnerable to cracks (due to the number of holes) but I dunno, purley guess wor. PaulS3 what did you hate about it?

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    The shifter is under very little stress so cracking wouldnt be a problem...It also doesnt get hot so would be fine. It does give you the option of changing different aspects of the gear change and customise to exactly how you want it.

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