Acuity 9th Gen Civic Adjustable Short Shifter 2012-2015 Civic
The Acuity Instruments Adjustable Short Shifter for the 9th Gen 2012-2015 Honda Civic (all models). The first adjustable shifter has finally hit the ground for the 9th gen civic's. This shifter starts of with an anodized, cold formed, heat treated aluminum that makes for a stiff and lightweight setup. 304 Stainless steel cable mounting points help reduce lost motion. Large diameter aluminum pivot ball is set in a pre-loaded ptfe (anti-friction) spherical race bushing that provides smooth action. Centering of the shifter comes easy with a strong centering spring. Adjustments are done by both cable points to allow accurate adjustments of throw and gate spacing to let you tune your ideal shift pattern. And the final great selling point of this shifter is you get adjustable shifter knob height and position! Each shifter comes with boot collar and fits and installs just like oem. Anodized hard aluminum base bushings a high-grade mounting screws are supplied as well.
- 10%-50% Adjustable throw reduction compared to stock
- 05%-35% Adjustable gate throw compared to stock
- Knob height adjustable +25mm/-15mm compared to stock
- Heat-treated aluminum frame for lightweight compliance reduction
- Honed bushings and compression bushings reduce backlash
- Stiffer, over-wound spring improves centering action
- Includes aluminum base bushings
2012-2015 Honda Civic Si & Non-Si Models (manual only)
2012 2013 2014 2015 Civic Coupe & Sedan
Part #: 1880
This is the official install guide for the Acuity Instruments shifter which fits 2012-2015 Civics. Yes this fits R18s and the Si models. This install should take you about one and a half hours if it is your first time doing a shifter. Overall just as the guide states, if you can do your own oil change you can do this install. Overall I would say if you take your time, this is a very easy install that anyone with patience and minimal tools can tackle. If you can do your own oil change, or swap out an exhaust, you can install this shifter. This shifter is an amazing addition to our cars. The stock shifter is smooth, but sloppy and it is not precise. This shifter adds a much needed positivity in selecting gears that was absent previously. Everyone who takes modding seriously needs one of these. It may not be a power mod, but it is one that makes a tangible difference. Stay tuned for a review video as well. And remember to subscribe. You can follow Acuity on Instagram @acuityinstruments, and visit their website www.acuityinstruments.com. Instagram - @dapper_si Twitter - @dapper_si
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Posted by Rob D on Feb 2nd 2017
Super fast shipping. very easy install. changes the car dramatically its amazing
The best, love it.
Posted by JDM-Daniel on Jan 28th 2017
Super fast shipping, love the shifter...installed it so fast. Off driving and just totally different car. It should have been like this from the factory.
the shifter made me love my car again
Posted by Unknown on Jan 27th 2017
After driving my car with the sloppy stock shifter since I bought the acuity completely changed the driving experience. It's sharp and crisp shifts. The adjustability is really great to get it arranged exactly where I want it and right shifts. Highly recommend to anyone whether you're after looks or speed. Left my shift boot off just because it looks so badass
solid shifter, infinite adjustability
Posted by Mike H on Jan 20th 2017
Ordered Tuesday, received Thursday. I went ahead and installed the unit in the car in about 25 mins total. I played with the adjustments on it for another solid hour or so getting it right. It's well built. I'm concerned about the interior noise being transferred through the shifter base since there are no rubber bushings to absorb the vibrations/noise while driving. I may tinker with that another day. I ended up installing my stock knob on the shifter as I don't care for tall knobs. That's the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars.