I'm glenn and I own a 2011 CR-Z sind spring 2017. SInce I'm going to university in germany, I don't have the money to do many mods to my car (for now, when i finished i have some plans to make it crazy
I however am now able to build some basic metal parts for the car. And m first idea was to optimize the shifter. This means: More solid shifting feel and less shifter throw.
For the solid feel part: Already ordered hybrid racing shifter cable bushings (on their way) and measured the dimensions for the shifter base bushings (going to make them from aluminium). I can upload the sketch for it, however I want to wait when the parts are finished so i know that the dimensions are correct and I'm not upload anything that makes it worse for other users than better.
So, now to my question: Does anyone have the dimensions for the "pin-end" on the shifter? SKunk2 made some adapters and I plan to do the exactly same thing. For that, I need the diameter of the shifter end and the radius of the ball-shaped end. The notch between those two can be approximated.
I don't have good enough tools to measure those things and any help would be welcome.
Also: Is the skunk2 adapter just a precise fit or does it also somehow clamp down on the main shifter? If yes, i would need a screw which clamps to the main shifter.
The material I will use is stainless steel, since aluminium could be to weak...
Of course i will post the results of this all.
Thanks in advance,