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      03-28-2006, 01:07 PM   #1
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Rogue Engineering Short Shift Kit

Has anyone actually installed this? Can this be done by yourself or needs to be done at a shop? If at a shop how much should installation cost? Is the shifting very smooth after installation?
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      03-28-2006, 01:44 PM   #2
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If you have reasonably good mechanical skills, you should be able to install the short shift kit. However, it would be difficult to do so without a lift or at a minimum four good/safe jack stands. I applaud you for considering the route of installing a 'real' short shift kit as opposed to the low and or heavy shift knobs that are being marketed as short shifters. I haven't seen the kit for the E90 but Rogue Engineering builds a quality product and has a good reputation for customer service. I have used their kits on earier BMWs
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