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Hargett 930 Shifter install

Here are some pictures of my Hargett Shifter install on my 930 with console,
Excuse the dirty car ( just got back from the track )
Already love it :

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It looks great. Did you compare it to other products like WEVO? Would be very interested to hear more about how well it worked and how you arrived at your choice.

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First of all is the shifter location , much improved over the stock location.
( WEVO is stock )
No more stretching for 3rd gear
All the shifts are very positive and direct.
Insallation is easy
The Workmanship is excellent and the support from Mark ( Hargett ) is second to none.
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'71 911 RSR look
'74 914 2.0
'76 911S Targa
'83 930S Slantnose (13000 miles)
'86 951 Prototype Testcar built in '84 (56000 miles) Serial #00014
'86 951
'87 944

"Life is short , drive Fast"
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I just ordered one and my shop will install it with my G50 conversion next week. I also ordered the linkage kit as I wasn't sure what I needed but assumed it was necessary.. Can't WAIT to get her out on the track when I get her back!
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heres a pic of mine.i couldnt stand reaching down and forward for the shifter eather
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How about a pic with a little more detail?? I am having a hard time with that one.......

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What kind of shifter is that ?
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'71 911 RSR look
'74 914 2.0
'76 911S Targa
'83 930S Slantnose (13000 miles)
'86 951 Prototype Testcar built in '84 (56000 miles) Serial #00014
'86 951
'87 944

"Life is short , drive Fast"
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Fabco? Looks a bit high and forward but if it works for you, great!
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Its a beautiful unit indeed and I'm also tired of missing shifts due to the not ideal factory location.

A question though - I need heat, and my car comes with the "electronic" version instead of the 2 levers in earlier cars.

Is there any way to keep that AND still use the Hargett shifter?

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its a older fabcar i bought quite a few years ago.i made it so it was the same hight as the middle of the steering wheel.so if you find your steering wheel to high and to forward then you wont like mine : )

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