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Old 06-15-2017, 12:26 AM   #1
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Porsche 997 OEM Short Shifter - Genuine Porsche - $330

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Selling an OEM Porsche 997 short shifter for Porsche Boxster or 911. Asking $330. This is one of the best modifications you can make to your car to give it a sportier feel with precise shifting, without going to low quality aftermarket products. This is plug and play into your Porsche 986, Porsche 987, Porsche 996 or Porsche 997. Get rid of your stock shifter with sloppy feel and long throws, breathe new life into your car! Installing this is very easy, takes less than an hour even for beginner DIYer.

Brand new genuine Porsche 997 short shifters are over $450. This is an amazing bargain at $330. And it comes already assembled in the shifter assembly making installation into your car incredibly easy!

Porsche part number for the shifter assembly is 997.424.983.00
This is compatible with both 5-speed and 6-speed manual transmission cars.

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Old 06-15-2017, 12:27 PM   #2
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I installed the 997 factory SSK last year and it was a FANTASTIC upgrade to a key control surface.
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Old 06-15-2017, 02:01 PM   #3
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They work great, plug and play
Easy DIY

Is this a new unused one?, Otherwise it seems a bit pricey.
If its new or barely used, maybe
Sorry, but you can find them on amazon and eBay for less

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I must agree, this is an excellent upgrade to the feel of your car!
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Old 06-15-2017, 04:02 PM   #5
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They work great, plug and play
Easy DIY

Is this a new unused one?, Otherwise it seems a bit pricey.
If its new or barely used, maybe
Sorry, but you can find them on amazon and eBay for less

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I think you are thinking of the standard 997 shifter with part number 997-424-010-00. This is the factory short shifter with part number 997-424-983-00. This came on 997s with option code XCZ. There is a fairly large price difference between the two.

It is used and has around 15k-20k miles on it. I took $120 off the cheapest price I could find online for the OEM 997 short shifter. If you find the short shifter cheaper somewhere, let me know and I'll adjust my price. Thanks
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Sold for $300.
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Old 04-15-2018, 08:11 PM   #7
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I hope it's appropriate to post this as a reply to this older thread, as surely some others have, and will find this thread when searching, same as I have.

Would y'all please comment on this short shifter, as found on Amazon:
Epman EP-PDG5335PorscheT Short Shifter Quick Gear Shifter Kit for Porsche 911/996 Turbo Awd Boxster/986/S Quicker Shift https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D7AMCJ6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_6hc1AbEB3CM57

At $80, it's turned my eye. Anyone have any first hand experience?

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I hope it's appropriate to post this as a reply to this older thread, as surely some others have, and will find this thread when searching, same as I have.

Would y'all please comment on this short shifter, as found on Amazon:
Epman EP-PDG5335PorscheT Short Shifter Quick Gear Shifter Kit for Porsche 911/996 Turbo Awd Boxster/986/S Quicker Shift https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D7AMCJ6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_6hc1AbEB3CM57

At $80, it's turned my eye. Anyone have any first hand experience?

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It's a good short shifter that a lot of people use and love. They can be had for $30-$40 on eBay, though.
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It's a good short shifter that a lot of people use and love. They can be had for $30-$40 on eBay, though.
Thanks! I've almost given up on eBay lately.... I'll go take a look!

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Scratch that...cheapest I could find were $40-$50. It's been about six months since I last looked.

https://m.ebay.com/itm/Short-Shifter-fits-Porsche-Cayman-Boxster-S-911-986-996-5-speed-6-GT2-GT3-C2-C4/112925502776?fits=Make%3APorsche&hash=item1a4ae26d38:g:x-4AAOSwaVNawC-l
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I bought one of the cheap 45 dollar ones off ebay. Pin and bushing fit was very poor I remade the pin and bushing for a precise fit . I would imagine all the cheap ones will have a poor fit so unless you are capable of reworking it stay away from the cheap ones.
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