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Old Wed, Dec-22-2004, 01:50:32 PM   #1
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I'm looking for what I believe to be an American LeMans Series short throw shifter for an M Coupe. Has anyone heard of this or do you have any recommendations for a short shifter for an M Coupe? Thanks!
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The two that I have seen battling it out for first place on this and other forums are the UUC EVO III and Autosolutions. I have the B&M, which I consider to be a bit nothchy and difficult to get into 1st and second gear. I will most likely be upgrading to one of these two.
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Thanks for the info!
How do you like the sport springs? Worth the upgrade? I am 100% stock
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Thanks for the info!
How do you like the sport springs? Worth the upgrade? I am 100% stock
I like them. A lot of people do not. It all depends on what your objective is to begin with. For me it was lowering the ride height a bir for aesthetic reasons (and getting a little bit of the "raked" look effect which these springs give you), while getting less roll under hard cornering in the street and driving schools. I do not feel a dminished ride quality in every day putt putt driving as others have indcated. For me, my objective was accomplished. I've had this setup for 2 years so far... my next suspension move will probably be a coil over when my stock shocks finally give out...
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Does anyone have a stock shifter from an m3 roadster? I tried bending mine a little bit and ended up breaking it.

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I am also looking for a shifter for an m coupe. email me if you have one for sale.
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