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Old 02-03-2007, 01:32 AM
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ahhh, its for you auto guys.
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Old 02-03-2007, 12:33 PM
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ORIGINAL: zkiller

Ok let me be more clear.
The shifter B&M had at SEMA was a dummy. Non-functional mock up of what it will look like.

They dont have a working shifter to show at SEMA and they dont have one installed anywhere so you can see it. We have to wait until they release it. you work for B&M? If not, you are waay too certain of things with your remarks. You are either very young or very naive. I can tell you from experience with product development.......if engineering has released a part # and distributers are already printing catalogs with the shifter in it (which they are), I can guarantee youB&M has tested at least afunctioning beta unit if not a final production version in a Mustang. Forget what you've read about this shifter on a forum.......most likelyanyone from B&M that is writingin any forum is far removed from the actual development of the shifter. Forum monitoring is what the unpaid internsdo.
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