Pull the shift boot and take a picture of the lever.
This is a discussion on Do I have a short throw shifter? within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I purchased my car used with 2000 miles on it back in January. Its a 2011 WRX premium 4 door. ...
I purchased my car used with 2000 miles on it back in January. Its a 2011 WRX premium 4 door. I do have factory SPT exhaust and also the trunk trim. Inside I have the momo shift knob. Does this mean that I have the optional STS option? I asked the original owner and he was unsure. I drove an 09 and a 10 WRX and the shifts felt like they were out of a big rig whereas mine feels a lot better (still not as short as it could be though). Any insight would be helpful, Ill take pics if that helps. Thanks in advance guys!
2011 WRX Premium Sedan Spark Silver - SPT Exhaust, Cobb AP Stage 1, Cobb intake and box
I had a 2010 WRX Premium with the SPT exhaust also. Not thinking ahead, I bought a Cobb short throw shifter and installed it. I took it out two weeks later. It seemed to be a lot of rough shifting and someone suggested I already had a factory short throw one installed so the Cobb shifter wasn't completely compatible with the rest of the linkage. Never really found out %100 if this was the case but the stock shifter was much smoother and the throw wasnt long on it anyway. Hopes that kind of helped lol.