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While looking at RB26DETT parts (Furute Datsun Z project), I came across a sequential shift adapter. This is the kind I've always wanted! reminds me of some of the World Challenge or ALMS cars(of the past, at least. Maybe Trans-
Am cars, too, I din't really remember that well).

http://www.ikeya-f.co.jp/images/wmv/sousa2.wmv

Do any of you think this could be adapted to our cars at all? Probably, maybe with a lot of work though. IF there is enough interest, maybe a run of them could be made by somebody for us? some models are fairly cheap.
 

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While looking at RB26DETT parts (Furute Datsun Z project), I came across a sequential shift adapter. This is the kind I've always wanted! reminds me of some of the World Challenge or ALMS cars(of the past, at least. Maybe Trans-
Am cars, too, I din't really remember that well).

http://www.ikeya-f.co.jp/images/wmv/sousa2.wmv

Do any of you think this could be adapted to our cars at all? Probably, maybe with a lot of work though. IF there is enough interest, maybe a run of them could be made by somebody for us? some models are fairly cheap.
you know i've been wanting to make an adaptor for my chasis car, but i the only s-shift transaxel i know is made by porsche and its very, very, very expensive

I once came across an old champ car tranny, but it was still outta my price range, and come on, replacement parts no way lol
 
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