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revo shifter with stock shift ****...

Hello, I was just wondering if you bought a revo short shifter kit, would the stock shift **** fit on cleanly or would you have to get an aftermarket one?
I do plan on getting one later but I was just wondering how it would fit.
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Yup, the shift **** just screws right back on.
The only adjustment you'll have to make is getting used to the shorter shifter.
I love my revo short shifter!!
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Revo fits just like oem....
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so there wouldn't be any problem with the boot fitting weird either unless you got a different shift ****, correct?
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That's why many people get the RSX shift ****. It's actually shorter than the OE one, so it's like an even shorter shifter and hence shorter throw. It fits onto the stock boot perfectly as well. Although I'm considering getting the OE titanium shift **** upgrade to the RSX's shift ****.
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Hey, has anyone seen the new Si shift ****? It's a bit smaller, and it fits perfect.(just like the RSX) It's black leather with red threading. I was trying to get my friend to give me his off of his Si. Yeah, that and his steering wheel. Oh yeah, and his seats too.
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Hehe, oh yeah. We have to keep Si members in mind. I think I need to go shopping on clubsi.com for some OE Si goodies. The steering wheel would be nice to have, especially if it had airbags and the cruise control buttons.
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