This is the best of the best in 10th Gen Shifting and is compatible with all manual 10th Gen Civics, including the Sport, Si, and R. The shifter's feature list is substantial: incredibly rigid frame, adjustable gear throw and gate spacing, incredible throw reduction ability, adjustable knob height and position, and upgraded centering spring are just a few of the shifter's many features. Combine that with our industry leading shifter cable bushings and you have a match made in heaven. The feel will remind you daily that you've tuned your shifting system to the same level as iconic 10th gens like the Team Honda Research West endurance FK8 or Kevin Boehm's 2019 time attack car. Consider adding one of our optional ESCO or POCO knobs or a shift boot collar to further customize the look and feel of your shifter. Add the interior panel removal tools if you'd like some added protection against damaging interior panels during installation.
Note that use of a flat-bottomed knob like the ESCO or other aftermarket knobs in the Sport or Type-R trims requires use of an aftermarket shift boot collar like the ones offered below.
This kit represents the best of the best when it comes to 10th Gen Civic shifting upgrades. We've coupled our incredibly rigid, highly adjustable, high-precision short shifter with our innovative spherical shifter cable bushings and optional shift knob. The change from stock is substantial and will change how you look at a stock shifter. This kit will likely become one of your most loved upgrades. The increased rigidity and centering force can take a few days to get used to, but for the civic and its uninspiring shifting system, the improvement is very welcome. After experiencing it, you'll quickly understand why we say this kit is as at home at the track as it is on the street.
Please note that on all trims except the Si, the factory shift boot collar will not work with typical, flat-bottomed aftermarket knobs like the ESCO knob that is optional in this kit. In these cases, one of our 1924 Shift Boot Collar Upgrades will be needed to hold the shift boot to the underside of the shift knob. Without a solution, the shift boot will sag, exposing the shift lever directly below the shift knob. To some, this is a desirable look when a high-end short shifter, like the one in this kit, is equipped. The choice to use a 1924 boot collar or not is purely cosmetic and up to the end-user's preference.