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what is this mach II shifter i hear so much abt

mach II shifter; i hear abt it, just how good is it, what does it look like, will it fit 2010 v6 and whats the cost?

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The Mach II shifter is a replacement shifter for S197 mustangs with an automatic transmission. It was created by a member of AFM and is sold by him. It is designed to make the shifter appear like as a manual. I'll look up the guys name and give you a link.


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blk281gt makes them.

Cant find the link now...just PM him and he can tell you more

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I love mine but can't say if it will work on the 2010.

Here's the link to one of the threads.

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if it does work for the 2010, i would advise picking one up, they rock!

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hey guys is there any other companies that are making shifters for the 05-09 mustangs. that will work on my 05 besides the street fighter shifter? thanks

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Sorry Iceman, the Mach II and the TCI are the only choices on the market. I'm just glad blk281gt made his available. I really don't need a ratchet shifter that will have no use without a lot of transmission work to make it actually shift when you change gears.

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It does shift when you want it to...............as long as you time it 200 RPMs prior. haha!

The TCI is a nice one, so is the Mach II.
Just depends on how much you want to spend. The TCI is more and has the ratchet, but the Mach II is pretty cool in it's own right. Now, someday when I just find 350 to throw around, I will probably get another TCI cause I did like the control it gave me and the lack of slippage.
But with enough practice, you don't slip with the stocker either.

But as of right now, you either stay stock, bling out the stock one, Mach II it up, get a TCI, or do a manual swap.

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might have to bling out my stock shifter then. cause the mach II shifter won;t work on my 05' cause it has the wrong screw on the wrong side of the shifter.

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After installing my Mach II in my '06, it got me thinking about the '05s that have the phillips head screw on the drivers side of the stock shifter arm rather than the torx screw on the passengers side. Would it be possible for our '05 friends with the phillips head setup to drill another hole in the fixture for the Mach II to accommodate their shifters? Is there something else that would need to be relocated that I am missing?

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After installing my Mach II in my '06, it got me thinking about the '05s that have the phillips head screw on the drivers side of the stock shifter arm rather than the torx screw on the passengers side. Would it be possible for our '05 friends with the phillips head setup to drill another hole in the fixture for the Mach II to accommodate their shifters? Is there something else that would need to be relocated that I am missing?
Totally different shifter assembly, the screw is just a way to inentify it.
There is just a metal post that sticks up....no plastic arm at all. Actually much easier to develop than the current ones. Just have not had the time to finish yet.

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Totally different shifter assembly, the screw is just a way to inentify it.
There is just a metal post that sticks up....no plastic arm at all. Actually much easier to develop than the current ones. Just have not had the time to finish yet.

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