im looking to improve the minivan automatic shifter the Challenger comes with.....i just dont like it...
i ordered a Mopar T shifter with my mopar bucks, but i am not sure thats the best answer either...its kinda trying to copy the old Hurst stick shifters...its not a stick its an automatic, so is that wrong?
i definitely dont like the gunslingers for the automatic...it just doesnt look right.
anyone have the T handle? any other options?
i wish the challenger had a dual gate like the old GTO's did....the side to side autostick is just strange to me..like a missed opportunity to go old school & copy Pontiac
IM GOING TO DRIVE OVER YOUR CAR
AND DO A BURNOUT ON YOUR HOOD!
There was a thread on here of a member that custom built a shifter based on the hurst but with a longer shaft to the handle (yeah, yeah very funny) which I thought was the best possible shifter anyone has so far. I'll try find it for you.
EDIT: Found it Did the S/S Dodge Hurst Shifter Mod
Ordered a 2011 SRT8 (non-IE) on November 9, 2010 in Brilliant Black Crystal Pearlcoat, 5 speed auto and fulllllyy loaded! Her name is Stella
Planned mods: Mopar CAI, Strut Tower Brace, Kicker Double Subwoofer, and a Diablo Predator Tune. For now
Last edited by 70challengerrt; 03-08-2011 at 08:51 PM.
I have the Mopar T Handle in my RT and love it... Sold the car and I am waiting for my 392 and I am taken the T handle with me...
2011 Challenger 392 Billet w/gray stripes
Mods: Lockpick v4 w/Back Up Camera,BT Door Sills,BT SRT Sunvisor Plates,Mopar T Handle Shifter,BT Catch Can,SRT8 Door Badge Plates,E-Brake Cover,MBRP 3" Exhaust,K&N Drop In Filter,BT Under Hood "392" Kit in Satin
looks like i made a good decision
the old one just unthreads right? i saw dodge charges $10 to install it, so i figured it must be that easy!
From what I understand it is very easy. I think you just push the chrome ring down from the bottom and it pulls of or something. There is a link to how to do it on this forum somewhere. I will update this post if I find it.
Found the link. It gives a good step by step on how to change out you shifter handle. The only problem with write-up is he tells you to put your car in drive for access, but never bothers to mention that it might be a good idea to put your park brake on. lol
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