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hill_bill10   
Thu Jan 07 2016, 03:20pm
Member No: #27235
Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
I today purchased the M-Tech Short shifter I shall keep you all posted on how it fits and feels when fitted etc.

Cant wait for this should be a massive improvement, no longer do I have to pass the gear stick to the person in the back to change gear
wozza   
Thu Jan 07 2016, 04:39pm

Member No: #2
Joined: Aug 12 2006
Location: Manchester
Take a video mate before and after. An if you can, do a fitting guide with some pictures. Sure a good few people will be interested.

Something that has been discussed so many times on site. With people wanting a nicer shift.

So be nice to see it in videos / images etc.

As well as a good review.
hill_bill10   
Fri Jan 08 2016, 01:53pm
Member No: #27235
Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
What do you want a video of? I'll try my best to take some pictures to help others.
wozza   
Sat Jan 09 2016, 10:45pm

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Joined: Aug 12 2006
Location: Manchester
Video the shift before and after, so you can get an idea of the actual reduction in the throw.
hill_bill10   
Mon Jan 11 2016, 12:43pm
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Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
will do. It arrived today, hoping to fit Sunday. Even came with full set of fitting instructions with pictures and a free bag of haribo. winner
hill_bill10   
Mon Jan 18 2016, 12:23pm
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Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
Fitted the Short Shift yesterday. Unfortunately i didnt get chance to take any pics as it was snowing so just wanted to get it done quick as.

There is a massive improvement in the feel of the shift, much firmer, the difference in travel between shifts isnt as much as i expected but still enough to notice.
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FakeConcern   
Mon Jan 18 2016, 01:41pm
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Joined: Feb 05 2012
Location: Bexhill on Sea
Sounds good, you'll probably only really appreciate the difference when really pushing on.
hill_bill10   
Mon Jan 18 2016, 02:57pm
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Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
yeh , but due to the current weather havent had chance to yet
Nicholas221078   
Mon Jan 18 2016, 03:26pm
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Joined: Jan 01 2016
Location: Wakefield
How easy is it to fit.
Do they do them for the 2.0 hdi.
hill_bill10   
Tue Jan 19 2016, 11:37am
Member No: #27235
Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
relatively easy to fit. hardest bit was hitting the holding pin out but once out was simple to refit. Takes 20-30 mins.

Try their website. They dont have one specific for the 2.0hdi but if it has the same box as the 1.6hdi or 2.0 petrols then they will have.

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hill_bill10   
Tue Jan 19 2016, 11:41am
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Joined: Aug 29 2012
Location: Lancashire
This one is from a Peugeot 307 2.0hdi which i think is the same engine

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Nicholas221078   
Tue Jan 19 2016, 02:29pm
Member No: #43140
Joined: Jan 01 2016
Location: Wakefield
Cheers hill_bill

The 2.0 hdi citroen is 6 speed.
The links state 5 speed.I'll fire them an email.
Many thanks
 

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