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Old 01-03-2013, 04:23 PM   #1
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Looking into short shifter

I'm looking to get a short shifter for my mustang and was wondering what if any of you thought about this?

Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter T5 / T-45 555-7353 - Free Shipping!

I'm looking for something that has a much shorter shift for a 1999 ford mustang Gt.

If you have any experience with another shifter and you liked it please feel free to leave your review and a link to where I can purchase one. Thank you all and stay awesome.
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I'm looking to get a short shifter for my mustang and was wondering what if any of you thought about this?

Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter T5 / T-45 555-7353 - Free Shipping!

I'm looking for something that has a much shorter shift for a 1999 ford mustang Gt.

If you have any experience with another shifter and you liked it please feel free to leave your review and a link to where I can purchase one. Thank you all and stay awesome.
I have the steeda tri ax and it feels 10 times better than the stock. It has two heights you can set it to for your preference, you'd pretty much have to try to miss a gear, it feels very precise and mechanical.
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I got the pro 5.0 short throw I like it. But all I see is people with MGW
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I got the pro 5.0 short throw I like it. But all I see is people with MGW
I've heard good things about MGW as well, but I know from experience that the steeda is definitely a good buy.
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MGW all the way. One of the all time best mods I've made to my car thus far.
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Mgw bro its so sick I just got mine installed about 3 days ago check it out!!!
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Mgw bro its so sick I just got mine installed about 3 days ago check it out!!!
Installed? It is four bolts and some rubber gasket sealant. Easy 20 min. job.
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Love my MGW! That's all I've ever used though.
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Mgw bro its so sick I just got mine installed about 3 days ago check it out!!!
Your handle is not mounted on the shift lever properly, it is only 1/2 way down and will not clamp as tightly as it should. It looks as though the boot is bunched up under the handle, not allowing it to seat fully on the shift lever:



The big Allen cap screw should be above the handle bore, and the top of the shift lever flush with the top of the handle bore as shown below:

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About to buy the mgw myself. What do i need? Just the shifter? Anything else?
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About to buy the mgw myself. What do i need? Just the shifter? Anything else?
I recommend the MGW inner boot ($8) and a Cobra Bob silicone rubber gasket ($10).

You can use RTV sealant instead of the gasket, however the gasket is reusable (many many times), it also makes it a lot easier getting the shifter off for loading tranny fluid or if you ever need to pull the tranny...
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I recommend the MGW inner boot ($8) and a Cobra Bob silicone rubber gasket ($10).
MGW inner boot yes, cobra bob silicon rubber gasket no. In many cases, including my own, the gasket does not line up exactly and you will have fitment and sealant issues. Also if you use synthetic transmission oil such as Royal Purple it actually has a tendency to deleteriously effect the gasket (also per experience and a subsequently leaky transmission). Just go with the RTV silicon. Yes it is a bit more of a pain but will save you a headache in the long run.
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MGW inner boot yes, cobra bob silicon rubber gasket no. In many cases, including my own, the gasket does not line up exactly and you will have fitment and sealant issues. Also if you use synthetic transmission oil such as Royal Purple it actually has a tendency to deleteriously effect the gasket (also per experience and a subsequently leaky transmission). Just go with the RTV silicon. Yes it is a bit more of a pain but will save you a headache in the long run.
I have had no problems of any sort with the CB gasket--in very nearly six years and 120k miles--running RP Syncromax, then Mobil 1. The shifter has been out and reinstalled 3 or 4 times in that period.

Maybe something has changed since I bought mine back in January of '07?
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I've said it before and I'll say it every time this subject is brought up. I've driven cars with steeda, and pro 5.0 though I've never owned them...MGW has felt the best to me. I've gottenany many compliments from people driving my car and some people couldn't find the gears because the throws are so short (the way mine is when in reverse it looks like it is in stock shifters 2nd position). I absolutely love it and will never buy another shifter for any mustang I own. Hands down best shifter in my opinion.

I believe I chimed in on RUNNWLD's post about this subject...


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Installed? It is four bolts and some rubber gasket sealant. Easy 20 min. job.
There are 8 bolts (4 in shield 4 in shifter) and it takes a little more than 20 min if you have never done it before. And if anything like mine those shield bolts are hard to get out...and hard on the knuckles in that tight area...

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Mgw bro its so sick I just got mine installed about 3 days ago check it out!!!
Looks good but cliff is right...
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I've said it before and I'll say it every time this subject is brought up. I've driven cars with steeda, and pro 5.0 though I've never owned them...MGW has felt the best to me. I've gottenany many compliments from people driving my car and some people couldn't find the gears because the throws are so short (the way mine is when in reverse it looks like it is in stock shifters 2nd position). I absolutely love it and will never buy another shifter for any mustang I own. Hands down best shifter in my opinion.
^+1000 or so

It is the only one that is a complete redesign, the others are just reconfigured and better made clones of the OEM pressed-steel monkey motion thing.

More about short-throw shifters here...
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Mgw bro its so sick I just got mine installed about 3 days ago check it out!!!
I know this is off topic, but if you don't mind me asking, what head unit are you using RUNNWLD?
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It is a pioneer avh 3200 is the new one. I got mine the year before they made the new one with bluetooth or something but mine is pioneer avh2350 it's the easiest to use and best nicest fit one I think for a mustang!!!
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^+1000 or so

It is the only one that is a complete redesign, the others are just reconfigured and better made clones of the OEM pressed-steel monkey motion thing.

More about short-throw shifters here...
Great piece cliffy I need to add that to my sig..
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There are 8 bolts (4 in shield 4 in shifter) and it takes a little more than 20 min if you have never done it before.
I've done it many times and you're right, I was not counting the 4 shield bolts. And as for the knuckle issue; nothing a socket extension can't fix
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Ordered mine today. Cant wait to get it. Are the stops pre set when you get it? Or will set them?
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Ordered mine today. Cant wait to get it. Are the stops pre set when you get it? Or will set them?
The stops cannot be preset as the setting varies widely from vehicle to vehicle. The instructions describe how to adjust them for the T-45.

The stops should not be used with the 3650. I removed the bolts and plugged the holes with button head cap screws...
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The stops cannot be preset as the setting varies widely from vehicle to vehicle. The instructions describe how to adjust them for the T-45.

The stops should not be used with the 3650. I removed the bolts and plugged the holes with button head cap screws...
Why do they come with them if u dont use them? I have an 04 gt so i have the 3650 thats why im wonderin.
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Why do they come with them if u dont use them? I have an 04 gt so i have the 3650 thats why im wonderin.
Did you not read the link I posted, in particular the message I received from George at MGW?

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I would NOT put them in. I have talked with Tremec in great detail about this and am convinced that they are correct. The tranny has beefy internal stops and does not require the external stops. We mainly put them in for shipping purposes only. We lock the center shaft down so that the shifter will not clang around in shipping. You must remove them prior to installation of the shifter.

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I suspect that in addition to this it means they only have to produce one style of top cap, which reduces setup/changeover production costs...
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Did you not read the link I posted, in particular the message I received from George at MGW?

I suspect that in addition to this it means they only have to produce one style of top cap, which reduces setup/changeover production costs...
On my phone i hardly see links like that. Thanks.
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On my phone i hardly see links like that. Thanks.
Yup, this is one of those sites that does not underline hyperlinks--it may look "cool" but it's a PITA on mobile devices and other low contrast displays. Sometimes I force the underline...
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I have the pro 5.0 do I need to remove the stops?
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I have the pro 5.0 do I need to remove the stops?
You do not "have to", it is just that they are not needed--if used they need to be properly adjusted (or backed off and locked)...
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I'll probably leave it. Could I just take them off and be fine?
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I'll probably leave it. Could I just take them off and be fine?
They are not needed. If removed I would use some short bolts to plug the holes as I did with my MGW shifter:

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Looks like a got a quick project this weekend
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They are not needed. If removed I would use some short bolts to plug the holes as I did with my MGW shifter:
Noticed it looked like u put some grease in the top. Is this necessary?
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Noticed it looked like u put some grease in the top. Is this necessary?
I did not, that is the way MGW ships them--I would assume from that that it is necessary for the MGW shifter...
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I did not, that is the way MGW ships them--I would assume from that that it is necessary for the MGW shifter...
Okay theyr pic on the net didnt appear to have any so i thought id ask.
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Okay theyr pic on the net didnt appear to have any so i thought id ask.
They want the picture to be as pretty as possible. One of the support questions they get all the time is "Should the red stuff be cleaned out before I install the shifter?"

If I were George I would reply "Yes, we just put the expensive synthetic grease in there to make installation a hassle for our customers."
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I did not, that is the way MGW ships them--I would assume from that that it is necessary for the MGW shifter...
Okay theyr pic on the net didnt appear to have any so i thought id ask.
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