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Old 05-19-2013, 12:33 AM   #1
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Best Shifter Bracket? 2014 GT

So lately my 2014 mustang gt has been kinda of hard with the 1-2 shift, its clunky and doesn't sound to great so I'm hoping that changing the shifter bracket will clear all this up. Though what do you guys think is the best bracket to get? I was in a decision between the Steeda and the Barton but I'd like to hear some opinons! Thanks
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Barton 2 Post Bracket. Easily the best $110 I've ever spent.
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Barton and MGW are both fantastic brands, both will serve you well. I personally have an MGW (i have an 01) and love it.
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Barton and MGW are both fantastic brands, both will serve you well. I personally have an MGW (i have an 01) and love it.
Im just looking at the bracket not a new shifter in general, well at least not yet
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Get the Barton 2-post. I had one before my MGW shifter and it was great, as far as shift rigidity and confidence they are almost identical
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Get the Barton 2-post. I had one before my MGW shifter and it was great, as far as shift rigidity and confidence they are almost identical
+1. I love my Barton 2 post. I had the same issues as you, as well as not being able to get into third when shifting hard. The Barton solved all my problems. Hasnt done it once since the install.
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Steeda is also a good option. Solid and positive, it also allows you to tune the NVH level to your liking with the supplied multiple bushings.
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I never had a problem with the stick shifter till recently. I've had it over a year and rarely drive it with 2k miles as of right now. Boggles my mind on why they would put such a crappy shifter in a 400+ hp car.
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it's lowest common denominator stuff. Most Mustangs are just cool, inexpensive tool-around cars and cheap and quiet operation is paramount.
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