Which shifter is not notchy and shifts smooth between gears? I found a few names.
- ford racing
The Barton is smoother than the stock was for me, but it's a solid click into each gear (you may consider it a notch), but it isn't a variance in being hard to get into gear. I can slam it in any gear regardless of rpms, skip gears in traffic, and never miss 3rd.That's -3 points for the Hurst shifter and +1/-1 for the Steeda.
I've tried the MGW on a friend's car and I was so disappointed at the notchiness of the shifts that I preferred my own stock shifter, which I find smooth and precise. I may eventually go for the Barton but I'm in no hurry to lighten my wallet to the tune of $350 at the moment.
This might sound like it should not work but i changed my ball to a bigger one and it seems like its easier to get it into gear with out having to jam it into the gear .... Anyone like to buy a Hurst shifter?? :heha:Hate my Hurst. Unfortunately, don't have anything to compare it too so I was not aware of how bad it sticks. Very hard to get into gear, 1st to 2nd is the worst. Also, very hard to skip gears. City driving, I like to go from 2nd to 4th or 3rd to 5th and it is near impossible. It just binds up when trying to shift into next gear. With 4:11 gears and SC, I end up doing a lot of mid intersection shifts between 1st and 2nd and have been unable to get into 2nd more that once. It just gets stuck if you are off even just a tiny bit.