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Old Thu, Jul-19-2018, 11:27:03 PM   #71
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Joe how are you liking the CAE shifter?? I got the RTD and I regret not getting the 360mm.. i opted for the short, 300mm shifter and from what i hear, the taller, the easier to shift.
Hard to give a comparison because Iím coming from SMG. Iíve only had it for a week, but I honestly love it. Itís so precise and every shift is extremely rewarding. I thought having a tall shifter would bother me, but it doesnít at all. If youíre okay with notchiness, I highly recommend the shifter.
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Hard to give a comparison because Iím coming from SMG. Iíve only had it for a week, but I honestly love it. Itís so precise and every shift is extremely rewarding. I thought having a tall shifter would bother me, but it doesnít at all. If youíre okay with notchiness, I highly recommend the shifter.
from what i gather, the shorter version of the RTD that i have is even more notchy... i wish i knew this sooner, i think i might sell and go with a full CAE.
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from what i gather, the shorter version of the RTD that i have is even more notchy... i wish i knew this sooner, i think i might sell and go with a full CAE.
CAE is worth it
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CAE is worth it
After doing the shortcut version of the manual swap, does your cruise control still work? I am thinking going this route even tho I just relocated my SMG pump?

I really need my cruise control since I do a lot of highway driving.
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After doing the shortcut version of the manual swap, does your cruise control still work? I am thinking going this route even tho I just relocated my SMG pump?

I really need my cruise control since I do a lot of highway driving.
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