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post #1 of 343 (permalink) Old 14th February 2016, 18:20 Thread Starter
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Lightbulb Short Shifter V2.1 ; Caps vor Volk Racing nuts ; Wheel nut convertion washer

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Short shifter V2.1 - Price is £16
Tool for remove blue caps - Price is £1,5
The price includes first class postage for all Europe including Cyprus, Russia, Israel.
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Shipping once a week - friday

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Type of material SS - stainless steel 3H13
Fix the problem with compatibility in FN2 - look for collision in V1,0

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Less movement than normal version, my short is longer than the normal 7 mm. This will reduce throw up to ~60% and give you a faster shift throw through the gears.

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Evolution - V1.0 -> V1.1 ->V2.1 ->V2.1
V1.1 is still available but it is not Xtreme vs V2.1

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V1.1 vs V2.1

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Tested in more than 200 cars - No complaints have been reported
Compatibility in all models Civic MK VIII - FN (Type-S, Type-R), FK, FD, Si
It's not made in China. It's made by myself.
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Lightbulb Individual caps vor Volk Racing nuts

For Sale:

Individual caps for Volk Racing nuts - Price is £27
The price includes first class postage for all Europe including Cyprus, Russia, Israel.
Payment via Paypal only!
Shipping once a week - friday

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Type of material:
-The caps - Plastic
-The key to unscrew caps - stainless steel 3H13

Colour of caps

Red

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Blue

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Yellow

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Black

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Gray

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White 1 (hard)

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White 2 (soft)

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Green 1

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Green 2

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Green 3

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"H" in a bottom is the sticker. Color to be agreed.
Standard is white, black, red, yellow, green, blue, pink, orange.

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Warning.
Volk Racing nuts are not part of the this offer.
I can help you in your order, but it's not my product.
Caps:
It's not made in China. It's made by myself.
The best quality - produced on CNC machines

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I'd like to order 1 piece + tool. Can you PM me your paypal so I can send payment? Thanks!

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Interesting! Going to leave a comment for future reference. Glad you've decided to sell some of the incredible things you create! I hope more are coming!
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I'd like to order 1 piece + tool. Can you PM me your paypal so I can send payment? Thanks!
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Interesting! Going to leave a comment for future reference. Glad you've decided to sell some of the incredible things you create! I hope more are coming!
I have a lot of ideas
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Quite interested in this as I was just looking into short shifters yesterday.

So does need any modifying or filing to work or just fits straight in and works?

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You'll still have issues with clearance, so filing the plastic is still required.
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Use the dremel of file to remove plastic.
Movement push (1,3,5) and pull (2,4,6/R) must be free

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Could somebody posy a video of which parts need filing? Or if it's on those pics, circle the areas? I van see some that have been filed. Not sure if I'm missing any!

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You must remove this plastic as can as you need.
After when you put short shifer, check the movement.
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For Sale:

Individual caps for Volk Racing nuts - Price is £27
The price includes first class postage for all Europe including Cyprus, Russia, Israel.
Payment via Paypal only!
Shipping once a week - friday

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Type of material:
-The caps - Plastic
-The key to unscrew caps - stainless steel 3H13

Colour of caps

Red

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Blue

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Yellow

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Black

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Gray

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White 1 (hard)

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White 2 (soft)

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Green 1

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Green 2

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Green 3

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"H" in a bottom is the sticker. Color to be agreed.
Standard is white, black, red, yellow, green, blue, pink, orange.

sample configurations

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The key to unscrew cap is on the picture.

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Warning.
Volk Racing nuts are not part of the this offer.
I can help you in your order, but it's not my product.
Caps:
It's not made in China. It's made by myself.
The best quality - produced on CNC machines

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Hello,can you tell me what would be the price for full 20 set plus with Volk racing nuts. Thank you!
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I have a question. Do you also provide the metal rings that go under the gear stick mount like the japspeed shortshifter provides?
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I have a question. Do you also provide the metal rings that go under the gear stick mount like the japspeed shortshifter provides?
Metal rings are not included. I think they are unnecessary.
I sold more than 200 pieces short shifter without rings.
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Friday is despatch day, so I reckon I'll take one.

I like the fact that you've tweaked the product a little here and there. I like to tinker too

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Friday is despatch day, so I reckon I'll take one.

I like the fact that you've tweaked the product a little here and there. I like to tinker too

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Mine arrived in the mail today. Thanks! Will fit it in few weeks
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Hi.
Can I ask how clamping is made onto the existing shifter arm? I previously had one of the other type kits that are a slip sleeve and a bolt that squeezes down on the shaft. After less than a year the ball snapped off the shifter arm and I was forced to buy an entire new shifter assembly. This does look a better design but I'm just concerned about it causing the same issue. Does it spread the load up the shaft and not concentrate it all on the existing ball?

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My short shifter's have two threaded holes.
It's very well hold it in place
Look for a picture - you can see the place clamping under the ball of existing arm shifter.
It not happened yet someone to come loose or break shifter.

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My short shifter's have two threaded holes.
It's very well hold it in place
Look for a picture - you can see the place clamping under the ball of existing arm shifter.
It not happened yet someone to come loose or break shifter.
Am I right in saying that the part of the sleeve marked out in the red box below is a snug fit over the flat part of the shifter arm I.e. is taking a portion of the load with the grub screws just there to prevent it sliding off?

I'm just worried I will end up with the same scenario as last time, picture attached.
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