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      06-13-2008, 11:50 AM   #1
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Tischer BMW/getBMWparts.com - E90/92/93 335i BMW Performance Short Shift Kits!!!

Tischer BMW/getBMWparts.com is proud to offer the E90/92/93 335i BMW Performance Short Shift Kits!!!



After a long wait, the OEM BMW Performance Short Shift Kits are finally available for the 335i's!!!

Kit includes:
  • Gear shift lever
  • Performance Shift knob
  • Alcantara shift boot
  • Shifting Arm
  • Shift lever bearing
  • Circlip

Price is 460.00 and includes Free Ground Shipping!!! (US only)

To order, Click Here!!!
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      06-13-2008, 12:14 PM   #2
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Tischer, holy much more expensive! Will you offer it without the knob and boot like you did with the other SSKs?
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      06-13-2008, 12:27 PM   #3
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Probably.....once BMW makes the lever available separately. Remember, this kit also comes with a new shifting arm along w/ the lever.
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any difference to the other SSK?
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Probably.....once BMW makes the lever available separately. Remember, this kit also comes with a new shifting arm along w/ the lever.
Ah, I see that now. Do you anticipate BMW making it available separately soon? I am very interested, but I am not a big fan of the knob/boot.
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any difference to the other SSK?
Yup, the shift lever different....and this kit includes a new shifting arm.

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Ah, I see that now. Do you anticipate BMW making it available separately soon? I am very interested, but I am not a big fan of the knob/boot.
We hope so!
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      06-14-2008, 06:42 AM   #7
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I am confused. The 335i kit cost more than double of a 328i kit. Is there something special about 335i kit that warrants this extreme price difference?
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I am confused. The 335i kit cost more than double of a 328i kit. Is there something special about 335i kit that warrants this extreme price difference?
The new shifting arm, as Evan stated above..

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      06-17-2008, 11:24 AM   #9
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Thanks. I googled a pic of a shifting arm and can see now why it would add to the price. I will wait until the parts come separately. Tischer Rulz!
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plan on offering just the lever anytime soon?
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      06-17-2008, 11:57 AM   #11
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I'd be interested to see a DIY for this... seems much more difficult than before.
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      06-17-2008, 03:17 PM   #12
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way to expensive.
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how low does it sit? i mean with the M-tech shift knob, would it be too low?
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how low does it sit? i mean with the M-tech shift knob, would it be too low?
How low is too low? I guess that'd be a matter of personal preference. We haven't seen any pictures of this kit installed yet, so I'm not really sure how low it sits. I guess we'll have to wait until someone installs one to find out.

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how low does it sit? i mean with the M-tech shift knob, would it be too low?
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How low is too low? I guess that'd be a matter of personal preference. We haven't seen any pictures of this kit installed yet, so I'm not really sure how low it sits. I guess we'll have to wait until someone installs one to find out.
I personally prefer mine counter-sunk to the shifter console.
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I personally prefer mine counter-sunk to the shifter console.
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Hey guys, what exactly does the new shifter arm do and how is the lever different? Is shifting improved over the other non-335 performance SSK kit, which still fits in the 335? Basically, I have the old lever - will the new lever and shift arm make a big difference?
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Hey guys, what exactly does the new shifter arm do and how is the lever different? Is shifting improved over the other non-335 performance SSK kit, which still fits in the 335? Basically, I have the old lever - will the new lever and shift arm make a big difference?
They're supposed to...but we're still waiting for someone to try this kit out and let us know - we don't have 335's(yet).

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Already have the shift knob and boot, just need the rest of the kit. Definitely will buy once its available separately
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Already have the shift knob and boot, just need the rest of the kit. Definitely will buy once its available separately
We will have the part numbers posted up for the separate part as soon as they're available. I just checked availability, and they're still not available.

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so is the lever different from the one from non-335 kit?
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so is the lever different from the one from non-335 kit?
Yup, the shift lever is a different part # than the non-335 kits.
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