I do agree, right angles are always the best. However in this case I have not had any issues. Shifts are precise.Its best to have the connectors at right angles, 90 degrees. This reduces chances of mis-shift, false neutrals. Let us know how your setup works in the long run.
Anyone ever figure out a way to make or buy a rod to work with Oem rear sets?
I figured out a way to make mine, though it requires bending the OEM rod. I also have those cheap eBay rearset brackets that relocate them a bit.Anyone willing to sell a rod?