Sequential Gear Shift

Sequential Gear Shift Sequential Gearbox - Sequential Gear Shift Porsche - Sequential Shift System - Porsche Gearbox - Cup Car 56 <h1><span style=" color: #000000;">Sequential Gear Shift System</span></h1><p>Using the original Porsche gearbox we provide a very high quality, proven system that changes the shift pattern from H Pattern to sequential.</p><p>This system has been fitted to both road variant models such as 997 GT3, GT2, Turbo etc. and 996 Cup cars.</p><p>It is easy to operate, provides faster shifts with all the advantages of sequential systems on downshifts (i.e. no 5th to 2nd!) allowing you to be faster and smoother without the worry of wrong gear selection.</p><p>- Quicker and more precise shifting (no more shifting mistakes) i.e 5th to 2nd!<br />- Reduced lap times<br />- Assembled directly onto your Porsche gearbox<br />- Dash mounted LED displays the current gear selected - turning your car into a true race car!<br />- Road Legal<br />- Can use standard gear knob or taller unit as displayed in product images</p><p>&#160;</p><h2><span style=" color: #000000;">Sequential System explained...</span></h2><p>The system was designed by a Siemens engineer for Porsche 996 Cup cars. In the end Porsche decide not to use the system (due to cost at the time) and the designer bought back the rights to the system which has now been defined and is marketed by Oakley Design.</p><p>The only physical change to the car is to remove the shift unit in the car and replace with the taller sequential shifter. Remove the two OE cables and replace with one cable supplied. The unit then bolts to the side of the Porsche gearbox. No welding, bending or permanent modification is required. The system is electromagnetic. It receives a signal from the shifter in the car. The driver pulls back for first, again for 2nd, again for the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th. Reverse is one push forward of neutral.</p><p>When shifting from 2nd to 3rd the shifter does the sideways movement on the box in addition to the fore or aft movement and the same from 4th to 5th (effectively across the gate).</p><p>Use of the clutch is required as the system still uses the OE gears.</p><p>The result is shifting is about twice as fast as OE. It removes room for error especially when track driving i.e 5th to 2nd which is often catastrophic to engines and transmission.</p><p>In addition shifts are much easier mid-corner especially when pulling larger G forces. With this system it is just a quick &lsquo;snatch&rsquo; of the gear and keep accelerating.</p><p>It makes much more sense when driving it&hellip;.!!!</p><p>This system is &lsquo;fit and forget&rsquo; ie. it needs no maintenance. Also the car can be reversed back to OE H pattern if and when required.</p><p><span style=" text-decoration: underline;">Please note</span> : We are limited on how many systems we can make per year</p><p>&#160;</p><h2><span style=" color: #000000;">What they say:</span></h2><p><strong>&quot;Flat shift sequential gearbox&rsquo;s are commonplace in race cars now and I have driven many. I was therefore puzzled at first about the sequential in this car which requires use of the clutch both down and up the &lsquo;box. I was not quite sure of the point! Now that I have sampled it, I am quite clear that it is a superb addition to the performance of the car. The action is very smooth requiring a firm motion to engage each gear with no chance of selecting the wrong gear and over- revving the engine.&quot;</strong></p><p><strong>&quot;All in all a must have for the GT3 driver.&quot;</strong></p><h3>Callum Lockie (Racing Driver: Le Mans, Belcar, Britcar)</h3><p>&#160;</p><p><strong>&quot;I also really liked the semi sequential gear shift; especially for the down shift, it made life a lot easier.... I can&#39;t find any fault with the car&quot;</strong></p><h3>Sean Edwards (Racing Driver: Porsche Supercup, FIA&#160;GT3 Champion, FIA&#160;GT, VLN)</h3><p><script type="text/javascript">var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));</script><script type="text/javascript">var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-4912152-1");pageTracker._initData();pageTracker._trackPageview();</script></p>
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