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Electronic shifters?

Discussion in 'CRX Del Sol Owners' started by crxuglykid, 25 September 2010.

  1. crxuglykid

    crxuglykid New member

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    From:
    brooklyn ny
    Car:
    1991 honda crx hf
    Does any one know who,or where to get the speed shifters for a honda, to control off the steering like those new sports cars?
     
  2. badger1980

    badger1980 Tuner

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    From:
    uk stoke on trent
    Car:
    Mitsubishi Galant
    Hi i know what your on about i was looking into them on another car i had Boyd coddington used something similar in his cars but for the life of me cant remember the company if i find it ill let u know.:blink1:
     
  3. badger1980

    badger1980 Tuner

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    From:
    uk stoke on trent
    Car:
    Mitsubishi Galant
  4. Prince

    Prince Torque King

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    6,309
    From:
    Northampton, England
    Car:
    BMW E36 318is Coupe
    I've gotta ask... Why would you want one?
     
  5. badger1980

    badger1980 Tuner

    Messages:
    64
    From:
    uk stoke on trent
    Car:
    Mitsubishi Galant
    Suppose if u want to go fro the clean look it would help especially if u wanted a custom dash
     
  6. old-git

    old-git Moderator

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    From:
    Essex
    Car:
    Elan & Robin Hood
    These are normally used on sequential boxes. They allow the use of flappy paddle gear changing and full trottle gear changing with the appropriate soft/hardware.

    This is the first (relatively affordable) one I have seen for use with H-pattern boxes.
     
  7. Prince

    Prince Torque King

    Messages:
    6,309
    From:
    Northampton, England
    Car:
    BMW E36 318is Coupe
    But is it really worth it?
     
  8. old-git

    old-git Moderator

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    From:
    Essex
    Car:
    Elan & Robin Hood
    Depends on what you are trying to achieve. For styling reasons only, rather espensive. If looking to ring the last .1 to .2 of a second from your 1/4 mile ET then, IMO, yes.
     
  9. turbonutter69

    turbonutter69 TC ModFather Moderator

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    From:
    Alone in the dark.
    Car:
    Insignia SRI.

    Something you may be using then?
     
  10. old-git

    old-git Moderator

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    From:
    Essex
    Car:
    Elan & Robin Hood
    How did you guess? :)

    Well, sort of. Fitting sequential box so a pneumatic or electric flat shift system will be fitted. This wil allow the ECU to change gear at pre-determined points. so all I have to do is hold the throttle to the floor, steer and scream! :)
     
  11. Prince

    Prince Torque King

    Messages:
    6,309
    From:
    Northampton, England
    Car:
    BMW E36 318is Coupe
    Sounds like fun!
     

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