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Acuity Short Throw Adapter & Shifter Rocket Upgrade

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I'm thinking of getting these two from Acuity. For the ones that have them, do you feel the difference? I want more precise and shorter throws.

https://acuityinstruments.com/colle...shifter-rocker-upgrade-for-the-10th-gen-civic

https://acuityinstruments.com/colle...2017/products/acuity-1923-short-throw-adapter



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I had the Perrin adapter installed for a little while. While much shorter throws, it also took a lot more effort to change gears, which I wasn't a fan of. So I went back to stock and added the Acuity low profile shift knob to drop the height. That actually made a noticeable difference in throw length without taking more effort.
 

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Go with the full adjustable shifter. You won't be sorry. It works great and gives more positions.
Pics from my install
 

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I went with the whole Stage 2 Kit + Poco and couldn't be happier. For short/precise throws you got the right parts, and I would throw in the Poco as well for an even shorter throw. Here is my review I posted previously.
 

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Type R shifter assembly with Acuity stage 2 for fk8

It's great
 
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Go with the full adjustable shifter. You won't be sorry. It works great and gives more positions.
Pics from my install
I was looking at that but I’m not sure I want to spend $500 🤔 I hear nothing but good things about it
 
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I went with the whole Stage 2 Kit + Poco and couldn't be happier. For short/precise throws you got the right parts, and I would throw in the Poco as well for an even shorter throw. Here is my review I posted previously.
Nice 👍🏽 I was also thinking of throwing on the Poco shift nob but I like the way the OEM Si shift nob looks more. I can’t decide
 

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