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View Poll Results: Which Short Shift assembly do you currently have?
OEM 'Euro' S3 / TT Short shifter 19 38.78%
Forge Motorsports 2 4.08%
VWR 1 2.04%
Ralco RZ 0 0%
VF Engineering 2 4.08%
Autotech 0 0%
HPA 2 4.08%
Neuspeed 4 8.16%
DieselGeek 19 38.78%
TWM Performance 0 0%
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:39 AM   #15
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Isn't our transmission an O2Q? The O2M was the 6 speed used in the 337 and 20th mk4's and I think some VR6 mk4's.

Either way, I have kind of a frankenstein shifter setup and LOVE it. It's very short and works great. I have the Neuspeed weight (front to back), forge side to side linkage, 42DD linkage bushings and FFE bracket bushings.
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:13 PM   #16
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Isn't our transmission an O2Q? The O2M was the 6 speed used in the 337 and 20th mk4's and I think some VR6 mk4's.

Either way, I have kind of a frankenstein shifter setup and LOVE it. It's very short and works great. I have the Neuspeed weight (front to back), forge side to side linkage, 42DD linkage bushings and FFE bracket bushings.
They still use a lot of the same parts/cable shifter design with some minor differences. Which is why the bracket bushings are interchangeable and 42dd has similar linkage bushings for those models.
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:36 PM   #17
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They still use a lot of the same parts/cable shifter design with some minor differences. Which is why the bracket bushings are interchangeable and 42dd has similar linkage bushings for those models.
Agreed, but since this is such a comprehensive list with lots of great information I think the title of the thread and nomenclature referring to the transmission should be accurate.
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:40 PM   #18
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Agreed, but since this is such a comprehensive list with lots of great information I think the title of the thread and nomenclature referring to the transmission should be accurate.
Yeah, kinda dropped the ball on the name i guess.. Can't change a thread title unless a Mod wants to update it?
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Old 08-09-2015, 09:08 AM   #19
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Thanks for putting this together. I am also going to go search some vids on it now - I was planning on just doing the bushings to reduce shift "notchiness" and "hesitation" but tripped across all of these short shifters.
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