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Re: UUC ss vs AA ss not much better (archive)

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Posted by Jon on February 11, 2000 at 15:59:09:

In Reply to: Re: UUC ss vs AA ss not much better posted by Bassem on February 11, 2000 at 13:21:34:


if price is not a factor... would u buy AC Schnitzer Short shifter or UUC Short shifter?

please let me know since i'm deciding between those two short shifter and price is not a factor at this time...


: If you don't think its worth it, don't get it. I believe the biggest advantage of UUC is that their shifters will last forever. The bushings they use are much better than AAs. The ball position for the shifter is corrected for in the UUC unit, but I don't believe it is for the AA unit.

: I had a Korman adjustable unit and used it for a few months without any problems, including a few autoxes and crazy weekend driving :). I switch to AC shnitzer because I managed to purchase a used unit. I probably would have eventually purchased a UUC for my M3 had I not gotten the ACS unit. I actually decided to purchase two of them (one for my 325 and one for my friends 323) but they got lost in shipping and that' another story.

: Anyway, the bottom line is, the UUC is the best shifter in terms of quality, fit and finish on the lower side of 500 dollars. It is pricey-ish, but then again, so is your car :). A few others will do the job well, but they wont last as long and feel as tight.

: Bassem

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