In the time it takes to cook 1/4 cup of rice, you can install a Stygar short shifter. I still can't believe how easy it is.
I've seen all the SSS stories posted on the boards over the last couple of years, but never paid them much creedance. The Civic never need a short shifter... ahem. So Ron traded me some of his parts, an SS included, for some leather parts. 6 months later, I finally got around to installing the shifter.
It took less than 30 minutes. This evening I started cooking the rice, and by the time I was done in the garage the rice was finished. The custom tools Ron provides with the kit make the difference.
I won't know how it feels to drive with it for another few weeks, so add it to my list of things I'm looking forward to.
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