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    Default Pseudo sequential shifter

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    To the right of The Sheriff. Isn't everyone?

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    Seems like something for car shows

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    Wonder how hard it is on the synchros.

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    This company also makes something similar.

    home - S1 Sequential
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    Hurst used to make a shifter with a straight fore-aft motion to row through all four gears on a Muncie.

    This one looks much slicker, although I also wonder what the effect will be on syncros. An H pattern probably gives a better feel for how the syncros are engaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shindul View Post
    This company also makes something similar.

    home - S1 Sequential
    Is this the one you're getting?

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