please post a video of your Barton shifter rowing gears

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  1. carcass

    carcass SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    anybody that can post a video of your Barton shifter rowing the gears it sure would be appreciated!
     
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    carcass SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    bump for an old thread with hopes somebody has a video of the M6 with a video of the barton shifter going through the gears.
     
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    BULL ________173.7mph_______ ___2016 Colorado Mile___ Gold Supporting Member

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    Bonus points for posting videos of "before" and "after"...

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  4. carcass

    carcass SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Heck, I just ordered one,
    I'll make a video where I measure the height of the stock shifter off of a data point like a straight edge ruler coming off the center console lid and then the height of the Barton, As well as a measurement of the shifter position between 1st and 2nd coming off the SRT button and 1st and reverse off the passenger door arm rest of both shifters so the actual throw difference can be compared.
    Then I'll post a video of 1st through 4th at least under full throttle of the stock and Barton.
    Unless somebody can beat me to it!!
    Lets see some vids folks!! Most important part of the M6, I hope somebody can do a video of Barton's current pistol grip shifter (the whole assembly not the handle on the stock shifter) because I ordered the round ball type, it would be cool to get data for both.
    I know it's probly to much info, but hay, its my second favorite control in the car after that one pedal, you know, the the long one on the right?
     
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    The throw in the Barton is night and day different from stock. I've had it installed on my 15 SRT Challenger and now my Hellcat. Best mod for the money. The nice thing is you can adjust the angle of the shifter to your liking. I personally kept it at the same angle as the factory unit.

    R.K.
     
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  6. shooter45

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    x2 night and day difference than stock
     
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    Bananahead Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Fully agree on the night and day difference. The ball moves about 1.5 inches from 1st to 2nd and sits about 1 inch higher than the stock shift. You get a definite 'click' feel when shifting, unlike the 'shifting into oatmeal' affect of the stock shifter. You will laugh when you pull out the stock shifter and lay it next to the Barton.

    I also got the ball, someone said you should pay attention to where you have your hand when shifting. If you keep it on top of the ball, get the Barton ball. If you tend to hang onto the shift shaft, get the pistol grip.
     
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    Agreed . Best mod for the money.
     
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    Had the Hurst in my 2010 SRT. Barton in this one. Like em both. Like the Barton more. And yes, you will laugh when you lay the Barton next to the stocker.
     
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    How much did the shifter cost you? I have seen it on several cars lately. The People with them also seem to be more into the car.
     
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    All I can find on the intertubes
     
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    Thank you for posting.
     
  13. carcass

    carcass SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Yyyyeeeeeessssssssss!!!!!!!!!
    That's what I'm talking about!
    Gettin' straight the f after it.
    Nicely done sir, thank you,
    I'm second guessing my option of getting the ball shifter, wish I would have gotten the pistol grip!
     
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    We have a member in our club that said it was a easy install. He told me that when he put the two together to compare. The Barton is more stout and looks much better built than stock shifter. He said the difference was amazing before and after install.
     
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    Not my car but I'm ordering one today
    I'll see what I can whip up for a video when it gets here
     

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