Well I spoke to JHP Yesterday and they have Billet Shifters in stock.... Finally but I got a MGW-P and love it how much better shifting is the Billet and is it worth the switch? or just stay with the MGW-P
I've messed with a bunch of the aftermarket shifters for our car, I just ordered the Billet (should be here any day) beacuse...
1. adjustable throw
2. super clean and crisp
3. all shifts are on a flat plane instead of 1 3 5 R up and 2 4 6 down
Just my expiriance, but anything is better than stock.
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I have the MGW-P in one car and the billet in another. I like the billet more because its just like stock but shorter throws and much more crisp.
But if I already have the MGW-P I wouldn't switch. Not worth the time and money if you ask me.
If you're happy with the shifter you have now, use the money on another mod.
Current: MGW-p, H-pipe, SS OTRCAI, Lovell rear springs, Eliminator shocks, Pioneer AVH-P3300BT, JBA LTs and catless mids, Drilled/Slotted Rotors, Kooks Afterburners, Catch can & Tuned by Area47... so far. Next: ???
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I've never used the MGW-P. Only drove stock, GMM, B&M, and the Billet. I bought the Billet years ago. One of my first mods. I love it. I know there are a bunch of shifter threads on here and Billet, GMM and MGW seem to be the top 3.
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