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We take shifters seriously.
The performance of a shifter is everything. It can mean the difference between winning a race and missing a shift, and a high-quality shifter can make your car shift like a new, high-performance machine. When we developed our first RSX short shifter in 2012, we knew that the combination of quality parts and design would be the key to shifting perfection. Now years later, we have raised the bar once again.
Welcome to the future.
The new V3 RSX Short Shifter not only sits on a stronger and lighter steel frame but the internal spring also keeps the motion totally fluid through all gears. The four-link design offers a simple, smooth shift while keeping overall knob movement to a minimum. Gone is the old u-joint link and clevis design, replaced with a solid stainless steel shaft and strong stainless steel bearing.
Smooth & Precise
There is no greater feeling than crisp gear change. A loose or hard shifter changes the way you drive and can affect the way you feel about your driving experience. The best shifters have tight, direct shifts that require little effort. Replacing the old dual extension springs, our innovative design allows the end-user to customize their shifters’ stiffness by changing the new internal wave spring. We ship every new shifter with our favorite, stiff spring, but we also include a softer spring if you want to change it up.
For the first time, our new RSX shifter is available in two amazing colors. Dust Black, our traditional three-step anodizing and finish offers a stealthy dark look. Also available is the new Dust Red color, a vibrant hue that is sure to be the focal point of any interior.
When it comes to adjustability, our RSX shifter truly shines. Adjustments are a breeze and can give you many different options in terms of shift feel. With just the turn of a single 5mm allen wrench, you can adjust your shift knob to be 2" taller or 1" lower than stock. With the same allen wrench, you can adjust the knob position, bringing it closer to or further from the steering wheel, meaning you can shift quickly and keep your hands on the wheel.
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