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I know this isn't helpful, but what is the point of doing this? Already, with any "short" shifter installed, it comes close to, or in contact with the console when pushing the selector right/left (especially left). This seems like it would only add to that problem, as well as make it more difficult to cover adequately with a boot.
Bringing the shifter base up with a short shifter will allow the driver a more comfortable shift due to not having to reach down for the shifter. I don't know if I would do this to a street car unless it cleares the plastics. This idea also applies to moving your gas peddle forward or backwards in order to heal toe with better ease
It's also fairly common in rally cars (which don't have sequential boxes). We add lightness to shave tenths off laps times. This is the same thing. Putting the gear lever an inch closer to the driver's hands on the steering wheel can shave tenths off gear changes.
I'll be doing this on 195/2000. Probably re-positioning the hand brake and extending the lever on that as well.