Buddy Club Racing 02-06 RSX Type-S 6-Speed Shifter With Built In Hard Bushings
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The Buddy Club Racing Spec Shifters are manufacturered using as few separate pieces as possible to ensure high strength with no compromises and possibilities of failure. Our shifters are constructed out of high-strength forged steel, and provides the perfect "feel" that every racer needs to best communicate with the car.
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Antonio | April 20th, 2016
I just installed a day ago and what can i say, it really is a big difference over the stock shifter. The throws are much much cleaner and smoother and it also fixed my 3rd hear grind that would happen from time to time which i had read it fixed for other people as well. I highly recommend it.
clay hughes | April 6th, 2016
If you take it easy it is great but if you shifting really hard all the time don't buy it I had on in my car when I bought it broke it about a year ago got another and ita git a crack in it and bout to go again the weak point I'd where the shifter cable mounts into the assembly wish that wasn't a problem cause I love it besides that
Chad Solomon | February 9th, 2015
The shifter is not anything noticeably different over stock. It took a little of the slop out, but nothing amazing. I do have a some concern over the shifter breaking at the arm due to poor welding. For the money it's not bad, but I would save up and look into billet shifters like hybrid or ktuned.
Najeeb M | January 26th, 2015
Great product, good pricing as well. Fast shipment, did make a huge different from the OEM. So far I didn't have any issues with the product. Works great.
Christopher Pearson | March 16th, 2014
Since this is made out of medium density polystyrene, the shifter arm on this broke due to the poorly thin engineering at the joint of the shifter arm socket hole. This was after a few years of use. When that happens, your options are limited and you pretty much have to buy the entire assembly. OEM material seems better quality than this. I'm planning on keeping my baby forever and wanted quality components that won't broke. Replaced this with the KSeries Aluminum shifter. What a world of difference in position and feel. Spend the money, get quality components.