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I sold it to Tony and he said he liked it. I kinda liked it too but it was a bit too notchy for my tastes.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Tony:
yeah i definately like it , i cut a huge chunk out of my boot thought, oh well.</font>

Tony.. it's amazing how some ppl love these shift adapters and others don't. Oh well, i'm glad it worked for u. Are the throws really shorter, or not that noticeable. I don't need to shift any faster..just want less travel in the lever, but not by sacrificing the feel of my shifts - unless it feels more precise.
 

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there is definately less travel in the shifter and it is alot easier to chirp it in second! Its not really that notchy for me and i don't have any grinding problems. After awhile i can't really notice the shortness my neighbor says he can definately tell the difference.
 

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For the 2 hours it was in my car I definitely noticed the throws being shorter.

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I would say the DC adapter is worth it. I loved it when it was on my car.
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