Developed for special spatial conditions making an arrangement necessary, in which the race shifter box is positioned horizontally and offset backwards and downwards with respect to the pivot point of the shift lever. The design concept, as shown, is designated for a six speed manual transmission featuring a shift pattern with reverse in left-forward position. Mounting is accomplished through rubber bushings of which the pair positioned in front connect directly to the gear box and the single bushing in the rear is fixed to the transmission tunnel.
Developed for a vehicle architecture having a transmission or transaxle, respectively, positioned in considerable distance from the race shifter which is mounted directly on top of the torque tube (i.e. a solid connection and stressed member between an engine installed in the front and a transaxle in the rear). The race shifter concept shown here is designed for a transmission featuring a single gearshift operation interface, seven forward speeds and reverse on a right-rear position in the underlying H-pattern.
Developed for a vehicle architecture having a transmission or transaxle, respectively, positioned in considerable distance from the race shifter and controlled via two shift cables. The design concept variant, as shown, is conceived for an application together with a seven-speed manual transmission, featuring just four planes in the underlying H-pattern, a ‘dog-leg’ first gear on a left-rear position and reverse in left-forward position. The race shifter is mounted on top of the torque tube which firmly connects engine and transaxle as a stressed member.