2nd gen short shifter.

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Where can I buy these?
I saw on an older thread a guy named "Jose" makes them.
 

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he was machining them himself. That was a small batch run and he is no longer around. You can ask around the usual places to see if someone has one they are willing to sell. I wouldn't really do it at this point. It was a nice piece but I don't think it was much more than an interesting novelty as far as driving goes.
 

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he was machining them himself. That was a small batch run and he is no longer around. You can ask around the usual places to see if someone has one they are willing to sell. I wouldn't really do it at this point. It was a nice piece but I don't think it was much more than an interesting novelty as far as driving goes.
I have to disagree. I've had both versions of his shifters and the later one he did (SHOrty) is excellent. I have one in my 95 and my 91+. My 92 is b o n e stock and when I go from that car to the 95 it's night and day. It keeps the stock feeling throw but is noticeably shorter. His first shifter (SHOrt) is way to notchy for me and I don't recommend it. The other one, if you can find one, grab it. Pun intended.

-Chad
 

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I have to disagree. I've had both versions of his shifters and the later one he did (SHOrty) is excellent. I have one in my 95 and my 91+. My 92 is b o n e stock and when I go from that car to the 95 it's night and day. It keeps the stock feeling throw but is noticeably shorter. His first shifter (SHOrt) is way to notchy for me and I don't recommend it. The other one, if you can find one, grab it. Pun intended.

-Chad
I was trying to join the sho market place on Facebook but it's still pending.
Is the mod for that group on here?
 

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I have to disagree. I've had both versions of his shifters and the later one he did (SHOrty) is excellent. I have one in my 95 and my 91+. My 92 is b o n e stock and when I go from that car to the 95 it's night and day. It keeps the stock feeling throw but is noticeably shorter. His first shifter (SHOrt) is way to notchy for me and I don't recommend it. The other one, if you can find one, grab it. Pun intended.

-Chad
Mine was the first run. A little notchy
 

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I have to disagree. I've had both versions of his shifters and the later one he did (SHOrty) is excellent. I have one in my 95 and my 91+. My 92 is b o n e stock and when I go from that car to the 95 it's night and day. It keeps the stock feeling throw but is noticeably shorter. His first shifter (SHOrt) is way to notchy for me and I don't recommend it. The other one, if you can find one, grab it. Pun intended.

-Chad
Is the transmission on 2nd gen sho the same as Mazda mx6?
 

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