Skunk2 Short Throw Shifter Honda Civic 88-91
Skunk2 Racing works to build the highest quality and best performing aftermarket parts for sport compact cars. Skunk2 Racing products are designed for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. Drawing on nearly a decade of experience in the sport compact industry, they are able to create products that cater to the needs of the true enthusiast. As part of their commitment to continually build the best products, Skunk2 Racing remains actively involved in various forms of motor sports. Racing provides Skunk2 with the data necessary to produce high performance parts utilizing innovative design, advanced metal alloys, cutting-edge manufacturing methods, and stringent quality control measures. All Skunk2 Racing products are carefully planned and designed using the latest computer simulation and modeling techniques, followed by careful testing in controlled laboratory environments using state of the art equipment. Furthermore, each product is subjected to rigorous road and race testing to ensure proper performance in the most extreme conditions. For these reasons, top street cars and race cars around the world rely on Skunk2 Racing products.
Skunk2 Racing short shifters are constructed from high-strength alloy steel for maximum durability and reliability. Unlike even the best aluminum shifters, Skunk2 Racing steel shifters will not break. The added weight of the shifter results in smoother and more positive shifting. Each short shifter utilizes sealed bearings and a low friction coating to ensure smooth motion without binding. (shift knob not included). Call us at 1-480-966-3040 with any questions.
Since 1994, Skunk2s goal has been to simply build the highest quality, best performing aftermarket parts for todays sport compact vehicles. Designed by passionate enthusiasts and drawing on more than 15 years of experience, Skunk2 are able to create the products that cater to your needs. Today, Skunk2 continues their tradition of creating leading-edge products through a state-of-the-art engineering and R&D department as well as through extensive engine development and testing both on the race track and the street.