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SBBMotorwerks
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I know that a shifter know for manual can be installed on an automatic. I just wanted to know if there was anything that has to be done to make it fit, or is it a direct replacement?
 

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SBBMotorwerks
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sweet, thanks for the fast reply chase!
 

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Well it fits but it twists and turns so it's not tight which is very annoying. Is there any way to make it so it doesn't twist and turn?
 

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Suck it easy.............
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I have the victor/hamann knob, and they have screws on the bottom of the knob, and that makes it tight, and stay in place, without any movement at all...and I say 99% of manual knobs has the screws
 

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im curious, how do u guys keep it from going into reverse accidently? when i had automatic i thought of putting a manual knob on it too cause they look so nice, but was always scared of that
If you don't step on the brake, it won't let you go into reverse, only neutral...
 

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SBBMotorwerks
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Thanks for all the info on the knobs....
MillsBims - I will post more pics of my engine when i get home
 

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so why...

so why did bmw put the "trigger" on the shift knob if it is useless.....

usually i do not push it (D--->R or N--->D/R)....

but once happen that i shift from D to R (I've missed N.)..while moving....(and braking)in a 1/4 of second i realized what i was doing..and quickly shifted back to N......

do you think that i risk to destroy everything????

:tsk:
 
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