Originally posted by BLACKBMW+Nov 16 2004, 06:49 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(BLACKBMW @ Nov 16 2004, 06:49 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-97alpineM3@Nov 13 2004, 12:27 PM Used all of them besides the UUC one...* Rogue Engineering is the best one.. by far....
yeah but costs $300
Good isn't generally cheap.
BTW Velocity, I checked with Zionsville, and they said I had the B&M Sport Model.
Is that the one you had there Les, and if so, what do you like better about the Rogue? I ask because my SSK is the best shifter I've ever owned.
I will promot the Rogue SSK any day.. that is the best shifter around... I'm used the B&M... and was impressed.. but it doesnt have the feel of the Octane SSK... I think it has to do with the WSR and its demensions... or maybe its just me.. but I love it...
Rogue makes great stuff.. and I will stand behind that shifter any day..
I didn't vote as I only have experience with the B & M (recently installed in my Audi S4. Got 25% throw reduction and about 1" height reduction...I'm very pleased. Slushiness is totally gone (big problem with the stock S4) and I love the short throws, shift height is fine and shifting much more positive. Its a bit more notchy - quite a bit because the stock was not at all - but thats OK - just a bit of resistance getting into 2nd at times (when cold it seems)...overall a vast improvement - seems very solid. I would love to hear more detail on how each SS feels etc. The short shift in my ZHP is just wonderful IMO - very positive click click action - smoother then the B & M but otherwise pretty comparable.
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