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Posted by Bob ///M3 on June 16, 2000 at 10:43:32:

In Reply to: Any of you guys using the UUC-ERK with SS? posted by Luxo M3 on June 16, 2000 at 10:19:26:

Keep in mind that anytime you shorten the throw an increase in effort will be the results. That's simply physics!

UUC's short shifter with the ERK and their ball bearing bushings should require less effort.

I think the effort using UUC's Competition ball bearing short shifter with ERK is no more than the OE M3 shifter yet with a much reduced throw. I love mine!

I'll be interested in your opinion on the position (placement) of the shifter's shaft (within the shift gates) as well as the knob height of the UUC shifter.

Bob ///M3

: Men (and performance women):

: I just put into about a couple of weeks ago the MRoadster shifter and connecting rod. Yes, short shifter.

: It's been really good, albeit a tad notchy.

: HOWEVER after a slightly heated discussion with the wife, simply stated, I need to smooth the shift action out.

: So I just ordered the ERK from UUC. How's this guy wokring out for you guys?

: Thanks!

: Luxo M3




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