Less likely to miss a shift as well as the gears being that much closer, so while the release of the clutch does decide how fast of a gear change you make, if you can have the transmission in gear sooner (short throw vs. long throw stock), then you can effectively quicken shifts.JPowell said:I was just wondering how a short throw shifter could benefit any since the shift duration depends on clutch release from your leg? Could someone explain it to me?
Yea i wanna know the answer to that cause i went to the local speed shop and they couldn't find a B&M for yrs 95-97 and that angers me, cause i dont think hurst worth the 200$ + price they were askingtruckramrod said:What is the difference between the 94s and the 95s? I have a 95 and I want to get a B&M, but that would really suck if it hit the dash.
it will work for a 97, BUT it appears they no longer make a B&M short throw for our s10's. i think hurst still makes a short throw thobringing an old thread back from the dead , So I have a 97 2.2 will the B&M work , cuz looking through this its like yes no yes no yes no does anyone have 97 with one on it let me know please.