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Old 16 Aug 2007, 03:59 am
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Default what is the different between a type r shifter and a gsr shifter?

what is the different between a type r shifter and a gsr shifter?
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 04:02 am
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Type R shifter has better gear ratio shifting, which means you can shift gears in less distance traveled by your hand. So it almost acts like a short shifter. A GSR shifter is just a normal shifter. The GSR is about 1-1.5 inches longer than the Type R, so it makes a difference when you shift. But the Type R is way better and is also more expensive. FYI: You can also put a Type R shifter on a GSR model. I have it on my GSR and it's amazing. Enjoy!!
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