The 2006-08 Cayman LED spar guy!
Congrats...the action of this (especially if you upgraded the shift cables) should feel sublime!
I have the cables, but I haven't done them yet. I know I know - I'm going to have to tear apart the whole center again to do the cables so why didn't I just do them at the same time? Well first - it's like 300* outside, and just doing the shifter made me look like I'd been swimming all day. Also - I know changing out the cables is more difficult than doing just the shifter and will take more time. Now that I know how to take apart the center console, I'll be able to do the cables more quickly (at least in theory).Congrats...the action of this (especially if you upgraded the shift cables) should feel sublime!
Just having the short shifter has been amazing. The shifts feel so much more crisp, and I only have it in the middle setting/position. It certainly has made up- and down-shifting far more satisfying.Colnago 1331-Although you will have sweat equity in installing the Numeric cables, I'm sure you will enjoy the benefits of steel cables have been reported in various threads on this site. I find that I use the shifter/transmission much more often both up shifting as well as down shifting with the additional sensation of feeling the detents of the synchromech clutches. To enhance that experience I've been thinking about a single clutch plate/light weight flywheel as well as Sprint Booster or a FVD MyGenius software package that will advance the timing mapping and also open the throttle faster for a quicker engine response.