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How does the stillen piece compare to the pacesetter/smc? The latter seem to be backordered, so Im looking for alternatives. For those of you that use the stillen shifter, what are your likes and dislikes? I know its not adjustable, so is it too short? Thanks in advance.

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Dan
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My $tillen short shifter is lumpy. Still not sure how much my tranny has to do with it. Either way, the shifts are pretty short. I'd say check the SMC, or if you want buy my Stillen
 

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Get the B&M Ripper shifter. I should have mine soon now. Its a great shifter so why not get it.

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I've got the $tillen short shifter also. I don't have any complaints about it (not even the price, as it was a gift =). It's pretty short. The shifting feels way better after I replaced the stock shift bushing with an ES polyurathane one.

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I have the B&M shifter and I like it. Their shift knob sucks balls though. Its metal. So it gets really hot and my hand has slipped off of it a few times. Also, it feels real notchy with their shift knob on it, but smooth as silk with a taller leather shift knob on it.
 
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