Haha, yeah I was thinking to myself, "how in the world am I gonna measure this, in a way that'll put us all on the same page?". Fortunately, I have my center console already torn out at the moment, so once I made up my mind, all I had to do was take a tape measure to it.
Is it a pretty comfortable reach? My biggest gripe with the sve is the handle is too short.
I was googling and I saw that steeda had a handle called the Comfort Pro, that I think was longer and it turned in towards the driver more than their regular handle. But I believe it has been discontinued. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sda-555-7154
I think I’m starting not to lean towards steeda due to their claims of not missing 3rd because of their “Offset Preload Coil Springs.” I’m not certain that MGW has that feature.
So, with the tri-ax is 2nd to 3rd not so far to the right and over? Is the handle rediculous short to where say if the seat were all the way up it’d be a mile down to reach?
With then SVE shifter I feel that I pretty much got a stock shifter with a short handle. The actual shifts are about if not the same.
Here’s an MGW comparison of their 3 handle choices. The Comfort Handle is the one that I was leaning towards, but this guy says it pretty much feels like a stock shift but with a little more positive engagement. I’m not sure I want to spend that kind of money for about the same feel. I could change the handle on my SVE for a lot less.
The Race Handle is just what I suspected it would be, which is too short. I don’t want to sit like that guy. With the shorter stick I also feel like I lose a little bit of leverage. Which of the 3 handles would you say is most comparable to the tri-ax? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=viUMndSKJ3Y
The Race Handle esq handle is what I’m trying to get away from now.