Fabspeed is proud to announce the addition of Numeric Racing’s patented ball bearing adjustable short throw shifter for Porsche to its product line!
Now used in almost every Porsche race team in America. Numeric Racing’s shifters are not only good for race applications, but is a very popular upgrade for daily drivers. This work of art has a multi-adjustable shift lever for various throws and adjustable cable mono blocks for horizontal lever placement. It’s evolutionary structure is CNC machined from aerospace grade aluminum, stainless steel hardware and includes precision ball bearings to ensure undeniable accuracy. This do-it-yourself upgrade can be installed in just under an hour with no modifications! Its OEM friendly design allows full center console use and lever adjustment with a simple lift of the boot.
Numeric Racing’s Shifter is a remarkable upgrade that transforms your driving experience with precision shifting and rifle bolt action engagement. This eliminates all unnecessary movements that contribute to driver error. There is absolutely no other like it, race team proven and covered under a lifetime warranty.
Since 2012, Numeric Racing has been redefining Porsche products for on and off the track. Currently Numeric Racing products are being marketed and sold throughout the world. Numeric Racing is building a great reputation in the industry for offering High Quality Aftermarket Porsche Parts. Numeric Racing shifters are second to none.
NOTE: The custom bulkhead wrench is highly recommended for your Numeric Racing cable install. Reduces installation time and costs associated with installation.
CABLE INSTALLATION GUIDE: Select vehicle below
A huge improvement in action over the Porsche OEM SSK Shifter and much better quality of construction. Pretty too and almost too bad you have to reinstall the console and cover it up. I used the center position after I removed my SSK and very happy with the Numeric unit.
Relatively easy to install (sure are a lot of trim screws)
Functions Perfectly (If you have any side play in the actual shifter, then you put the included spacers in the wrong location).
Any remaining free play is in the transmission linkage.