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Hurst shifter?

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Every manual transmission car I've ever owned has had a Hurst shifter. I drove my 2010 Challenger today and the Hurst shifter is so much more precise than the Boss OEM shifter. I know MGW is getting good reviews, but does anyone have any thoughts on the Hurst shifter for the Boss?
 
The BIG advantage of the MGW is the superior design of the shifter bracket. If you go with the Hurst, and I'm sure it's fine, get the new V.2 Barton shifter bracket that's similar to the MGW.
 
It doesn't have a revers lock out so you never know if you are in revers or first. I think it comes with a light you have to install in the dash that tells you when you are in revers. Just the looks of it looks kinda cheesey. JMO.
 
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The BIG advantage of the MGW is the superior design of the shifter bracket. If you go with the Hurst, and I'm sure it's fine, get the new V.2 Barton shifter bracket that's similar to the MGW.

Are you talking about the 2 post bracket?
 

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