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1 Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 6:35 pm

PartyPete

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So a company in Australia has designed a sequential shifter for the Gtir Very Happy . It's a company called in car racing and I've watched a video of it on fb, I have messaged them just out of interest to see how much they will be. Please no gearbox jokes people....it's too soon suicide

2 Re: Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 7:06 pm

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that will be similar to Ikeya sequential shifters.
Very clever mechanical solution but it not great for the box & works syncros & selectors hard as going in & out of every gear which not so cool on change downs .
They look cool & are kinda fun, I had a go in an evo with one. would probably stick with a tomei short shift & selector mods on the R
You got a link to vid as I don't do facebook .

3 Re: Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 7:29 pm

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The only place I saw it was on fb and I can't seem to find a website for them. I've always fancied the idea of them

4 Re: Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 8:56 pm

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Like this ????
http://www.neweraparts.com/Default.aspx?tabid=54&CategoryID=152&List=0&Level=a&productid=163


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5 Re: Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 9:11 pm

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https://web.facebook.com/353567081396965/videos/1156924124394586/

yes Nomad same idea as the ikeya, could even be an adaption of one !



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6 Re: Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 9:12 pm

gtir_woody

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Sounds interesting and pretty cool. I would imagine it wouldn't do wonders for the syncros.

7 Re: Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 9:22 pm

Mr B

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Increases wear  on most of shift system really. is nice changing up but slow when do like of 4th to 2nd etc .

cool to see the developments on the old shit box though :-)

8 Re: Sequential shifter on 19th June 2016, 9:26 pm

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Presume it was on a rolling road as didnt see it going anywhere scratch


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9 Re: Sequential shifter on 20th June 2016, 8:38 am

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@nomad wrote:Presume it was on a rolling road as didnt see it going anywhere scratch

I thought the same LOL I was like wtf is he doing? Laughing

10 Re: Sequential shifter on 20th June 2016, 9:07 am

PartyPete

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The ikeya ones are around £1000 Shocked and they don't do them for the gtir

11 Re: Sequential shifter on 20th June 2016, 10:00 am

shroom

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I think Ikea do one too but its flat packed and takes 40 hours to make up.

12 Re: Sequential shifter on 20th June 2016, 10:24 am

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Doe this replace the H gate with a rotaing shift drum like motorbikes?
I worked on ones for Harley Davidson and the Audi Le Man sequential gearbox back in 2001 when i was at Ricardo.
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13 Re: Sequential shifter on 20th June 2016, 11:17 am

Mr B

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Has a drum with grooves for creating left-right movement & crank arm for back & forth, they got adjusters on ikeya ones to fine tune movements .
I found one I test drove could fail shift if too fast, might of been adjustment, was nice feeling & good on little standing start run I done but in all round use you may get bored or find issues couldn't live with .
Can see point on a dog box where quicker the change the better & on track where you even mainly downshift every gear but if doing road driving a 5th to 2nd is painful & banging too quick on syncro box can end tearfully .

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