LOL, I've been tempted to use that smilie thefinger a time or two; it looks more like "Two Thumbs Up" to me! :rofl:What the &^%$ is with you noobs flipping people off? I suppose you fart in church, too, don't you?
Geez...be a little nicer when you first walk in the door.
+1Good, i just learned how to drive that centering spring, hate to have to UNlearn it, lol. Thanks!
Got mine from American Muscle just last week.I was just wondering if anyone out there has gotten/installed the Shelby manufactured shifter.
Can the stops be adjusted with shifter already installed? Looks like handle is reversible. Does it matter which way it's mounted?The FRPP KR unit is barely above stock in terms of construction quality.
The Steeda is a very nice billet unit; as is the actual one from Shelby Perf. Parts (mfg. by Scott Drake). It is billet with dual torque arms and is just a little nicer than the Steeda unit. Stops are a little easier to adjust, has the 2nd torque arm and has a delrin pivot (which will be a little smoother, last longer and quieter than the pure billet metal on metal of the Steeda).
If I had to narrow it down, it still comes down to the billet Shelby or Steeda units.
The shifter looks cool. Good job.I finally had mine installed while having the TSB done. Definitely much firmer than stock and adds some wow factor to the interior. Took mine to a local body shop and had him paint vista blue stripes on, then he put 3 clearcoats over it. Really happy with the results! I also painted the engraved SHELBY in the shifter lever myself, don't know how well it came out in the pics though.