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Coolerworx BMW short shifter

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    #16
    what would be the advantage of locking out 5th? I assume just so you don't accidentally throw it in 5th when going for 3rd?
    1990 325iX - sterlingsilber metallic
    1991 325i - lazurblau metallic



    Originally posted by delamaize
    E30 = Lego for men.

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      #17
      Originally posted by TheWipprSnappr View Post
      what would be the advantage of locking out 5th? I assume just so you don't accidentally throw it in 5th when going for 3rd?
      Yes, exactly. I think its a gearbox characteristic that the zf320 can be tricky to shift quickly/aggressively from 2-3. I've personally had this "issue" whether I was running a mild short shifter (like on my e36) or wild shifter (like previously on my e30). The lockout eradicates that "problem" if you set it like this. Though, I'm curious to change it so it only locks out reverse and see how it feels now that I have an akg selector rod installed.

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      '89 325i OBD2 S52 BUILD THREAD
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        #18
        Good to know. I am definitely considering this one for the future. Great purpose built shifter and that black adds some nice subtlety. Good review :up:
        1990 325iX - sterlingsilber metallic
        1991 325i - lazurblau metallic



        Originally posted by delamaize
        E30 = Lego for men.

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          #19
          Looks awesome.

          The shifter lockout reminds me of the one time I drove a last gen cougar. To get it into reverse, it had a ring below the shift knob. It took me about 10 minutes to figure that out.

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            #20
            Great review!
            Thank you for sharing.

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              #21
              Thanks for the review, I noticed that you had the universal with the S52. How tough would you think mating it with the G260?

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                #22
                Originally posted by cspec View Post
                Thanks for the review, I noticed that you had the universal with the S52. How tough would you think mating it with the G260?
                it's all about having the correct selector rod. That's all there is to it.
                '89 325i OBD2 S52 BUILD THREAD
                Shadetree30

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                  #23
                  I also have the g260 on my s52 swap and currently have the UUC kit.

                  Thinking I might have to do this over the winter, there is more slop than I would like.

                  anyone with a g260 do this yet? would the e36 kit be better than the universal?

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                    #24
                    anyone?

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                      #25
                      Anybody got a video shifting through gears with it?
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                        #26
                        Originally posted by shootnjunky View Post
                        I also have the g260 on my s52 swap and currently have the UUC kit.

                        Thinking I might have to do this over the winter, there is more slop than I would like.

                        anyone with a g260 do this yet? would the e36 kit be better than the universal?
                        Originally posted by shootnjunky View Post
                        anyone?
                        I don't see why it wouldn't work if you have the correct selector rod.

                        Originally posted by Alpine30 Wolf View Post
                        Anybody got a video shifting through gears with it?
                        I'll post something up after I can drive my car again soon. Probably will just put it up on IG though because it's easier
                        '89 325i OBD2 S52 BUILD THREAD
                        Shadetree30

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                          #27
                          will the oem shift knob work with this?

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by jonie2nuts View Post
                            will the oem shift knob work with this?
                            No

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                              #29
                              I want it. It looks good so I want to make more research and maybe buy it
                              Life is fast, but my car is faster

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