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skip-shift module for an 06

Has anyone put in the skip-shift module from SLP and how do you like it?
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skip shift and B & M shifter

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Has anyone put in the skip-shift module from SLP and how do you like it?
Thanks for asking that question, I want to know as well. I would also like to know what experience anyone has had with the B & M shifter. What did you pay for the parts/labor install, was it worth it, and does it rattle and transfer noise into the car? thanks
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I've Put One In As Well As My Buddy Works Great As For The B&m Shifter I Wouldn't Waist My Time
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There have been alot of people on this forum that had many problems with the B&M shifter so stay away. The shifter people seem to prefer the most is the gmm shifter.
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I have the B&M and love it. It's a lot shorter and more precise.
Now I just need to get rid of the skip shift.
What did people not like about the B&M. I think it's an excellent shifter and I've had short shifters on a bunch of my cars.
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What did people not like about the B&M.
https://www.gtoforum.com/showpost.php?p=74944
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The first name that comes to mind is groucho. He had b&m send him part after part after part for his shifter because it just kept leaking on him and I think it came off one time or something like that. I have also read other people having problems with leaks on their b&m shifters. I have an a4 so this isn't a problem for me, but on other vehicles I do recomend b&m to people.
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skip-shift module was installed as soon as I got the car home. works great. couldn't imagine driving around with out it. 4500 miles, no problems.
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