Quote Originally Posted by Fearls1 View Post
Yep.... Go with what you know! But if you race, there is a potential for the missed shift with the hurst. And the possiblitly of over extending your shift linkage. Thats why the stops are so important. But over all, it all depends on your driving habits. I like the added insurance of the stops.
Ya the only time the car sees the track is when I've made a change to it. But I have no problems at all with missed shifts and the factory Hurst. Even the stock sloppy shifter in my wifes other car was good about that.

I do agree though the stop bolts are important to have.