Megan Racing Version 2 Transmission Short Shifter Kit Nissan S13 S14
Megan Racing Solid 1-Piece Short Shifter for S13/S14 SR20DET
Megan Racing now offers a cheaper alternative short shifter from the more expensive B&M short shifter. Megan Racing short shifter is a solid 1 B&M style design that replaces the factory 2 piece rubber type shifter. By replacing the factory rubber type shifter with a solid 1 piece type shifter with top plate. Shifting is more precise for the driver and shift throws can be reduced to as much as 40%. If you are looking for a budget type short shifter.
Solid 1 piece design B&M style
Solid and more precise shifting
Reduce shift throw by 40%
Shift Knob NOT Included. Following Shift Knobs available from us!
DIF 10121 Black Pawn Shift Knob M10x1.25
DIF 10122 White Pawn Shift Knob M10x1.25
Product Reviews and Ratings
4.0 out of 5.0 based on 5 reviews
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Apr 11, 2014
Installed in my s14 without any issues. Shifts short and precise, I'd say just as well as the B&M I have in my s13. Totally good price for a totally great upgrade.
Jun 20, 2010
This is a great short shifter and I haven’t encountered any loud vibrations or other noises as others did after installing. The only precautionary thing I did is after hearing bad things about the plastic collar bushing it came with, I replaced it with the Circuit Sports metal collar bushing. Overall, I am very satisfied with this product.
Feb 16, 2010
when running in higher rpms the short shifter makes a vibration noise. its pretty annoying.
Jan 22, 2009
Gr8 fitment, replaced bushing with nissan oem, short throws, but anytime above 4k rpm it has a loud annoying rattle even in neutral. 3rd gear has a weird winding noise in daily driving. I do a lot of auto x and this might be a problem.
Aug 2, 2008
Product has great feel, makes shifts firm and obvious. There's no more question about when you've engaged the gear. Unfortunately, due to a poorly manufactured bushing, this lasts about a week. One hard shift, and that bushing at the ball end of the control lever is going to pop off and slide further down, leaving you with a good inch of play on your shifter. Megan is willing to replace the bushings, but why not spend $20 more and go with B&M in the first place?
|1989 - 1998||Nissan||200SX (Non-US)|
|1989 - 1998||Nissan||180SX|
|1989 - 1998||Nissan||240SX|
|1989 - 1998||Nissan||Silvia|
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