short shifter

Asked by Aug 15, 2012 at 10:05 PM about the 1991 Toyota MR2

Question type: Car Customization

Hi Im wanting to get my husband who is deployed a new shifter for his new mr2! He use to have one when we first got together but then had to sell it.... Anyways I just wanted to know what a good short shifter is and if i can get a colored carbon fiber one? Im not good with car stuff at all but I know he would LOVE it!
Thanks!

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if for the colored part u were talking about the knob on top, then yes u can buy those very easily....and is he looking to have the shift stick height shortened as well? or just have the shift throw shortened?...check out this site, i havent bought a part off it that was less than i expected.... http://www.yourhotcar.com/product/list/Toyota/MR2/Performance_Parts/Short_Shifters/

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try andysautosport.com as well, I'm not sure what year your husbands is but I bought the TRD brand short shifter through them for my 1988 MR2 and it's been an excelent investment.

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