How to fit a Nissan Pulsar GTI-R short shifter to a K11 Micra.

#1
Hey guys.

Today i finally got around to fitting my Nissan Pulsar short shifter to my K11 Micra.
I'd seen a lot of people mention that it was possible to fit this shifter to the K11 but when i searched i couldn't find a lot of info on it and then when i did find something there were a 10 answers all saying different things.
So i decided to video it while i did it in the hope that it might make it clearer for people trying it in the future.
It turns out it was a lot more simple than i first thought.
All you'll need to complete the job are the following tools.
3/8 ratchet and long extension.
Wobbly socket adaptor.
10mm socket.
12mm Socket.
14mm Socket
Drill and 8.5mm drill bit.

Here's a link to the shifter that i used: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-...RK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

I won't go into any detail on how it was done as it's all in the video but if there's anything you're unsure of then just ask and i'll do my best to answer any questions.



Here's how it looks all fitted.
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#3
I think you can bodge the factory shifter to have a shorter throw by adjusting the pivot thing with some elbow grease.
Yeah i've seen that, i didn't fancy giving it a go though as my standard shifter was already rattling in 5th gear quite badly and thought there's a good chance that might make it worse.
If you can weld you can extend the bottom of the factory shifter as well which basically has the same effect.
 
#4
Yeah i've seen that, i didn't fancy giving it a go though as my standard shifter was already rattling in 5th gear quite badly and thought there's a good chance that might make it worse.
If you can weld you can extend the bottom of the factory shifter as well which basically has the same effect.
That's the selector for ,it looks like a little dog bon e the bushes has worked /pin that will fix the rattle
 
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