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Old 11-08-2010, 11:14 PM   #26
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kind of want to be on the list, but I hope it fits better on the stock console trim that what it shows on some of the pics, it seem to be a huge gap on the front and the sides.

That it does... I'd hope for the Hurst sake that they wouldn't allow such gaps and if its the final product (and has gaps) then that's a pretty big let down from a big name as Hurst.
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Old 11-08-2010, 11:37 PM   #27
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Old 11-09-2010, 09:12 AM   #31
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list updated! We will definitely be showing more pictures and information of the final product, I wouldn't worry about any gaps on early releases..
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Old 11-09-2010, 10:21 AM   #32
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that pic is a pre release unit and keep in mind the "console" portion and how the unit fits into it are not mated down together in the pic, but rather its loose just for a photo.
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I'm still waiting for a shifter that that will let me shift manually without using the steering wheel buttons, or any buttons for that matter. I want a shifter that shifts with the stick, not silly buttons that are always in a different place when driving on winding West Virginia roads.
Yeah! a rachet type shifter would be my choice.
with these new "shift by wire" shift boxes, ratchet type shifters are a thing of the past. They are all shiftted by switches and wires, rather than a cable operated assembly so you won't be able to have that style of shifter. You can however put the new B&M paddle shifter on your car in place of the tap shift and run it by itself with the stock shifter or use it in conjunction with the Hurst auto shifter console
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Old 11-09-2010, 04:18 PM   #37
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with these new "shift by wire" shift boxes, ratchet type shifters are a thing of the past. They are all shiftted by switches and wires, rather than a cable operated assembly so you won't be able to have that style of shifter. You can however put the new B&M paddle shifter on your car in place of the tap shift and run it by itself with the stock shifter or use it in conjunction with the Hurst auto shifter console
I think what he was referring to is like what is in the Pontiac G8's. If someone makes something like this for the Camaro I'd buy it in a heartbeat. But the + and - should be reversed, my natural motion is to pull back to shift up a gear and push forward to downshift a gear... am I odd?

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Old 11-09-2010, 07:55 PM   #38
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The letters do light up on the console.

Was told at SEMA that there is already a plug provision in the console that they used.

Also, Hurst said they are working on a shifter that will have buttons up on the top and front of the handle. No idea of when they might have that one ready, they are still working on prototype.

As stated, I would not equate fitment on a display, to be the same in the car. Maybe that's where the dust bunnies and debris goes!

Trigger on front of this unit is the release.
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I think what he was referring to is like what is in the Pontiac G8's. If someone makes something like this for the Camaro I'd buy it in a heartbeat. But the + and - should be reversed, my natural motion is to pull back to shift up a gear and push forward to downshift a gear... am I odd?

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thats what we need, and like you said reverse it for the tap shift or ratchet shift in manual, and its not odd alot of ratchet shifers in drag cars are reversed.
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I'm still waiting for a shifter that that will let me shift manually without using the steering wheel buttons, or any buttons for that matter. I want a shifter that shifts with the stick, not silly buttons that are always in a different place when driving on winding West Virginia roads.
Yeah! a rachet type shifter would be my choice.
you read my mind brotha. i sold our M6 2SS in anticipation of the Z, but know am thinking an A6 with a 1900 Harrop SC.

but i haven't seen an auto shifter that does suck! why not this stubby Hammerhead slap shifter with a new base design?
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with these new "shift by wire" shift boxes, ratchet type shifters are a thing of the past. They are all shiftted by switches and wires, rather than a cable operated assembly so you won't be able to have that style of shifter. You can however put the new B&M paddle shifter on your car in place of the tap shift and run it by itself with the stock shifter or use it in conjunction with the Hurst auto shifter console
i disagree. my wifes G6 GT had a STOCK slap (ratchet) shifter right from GM. electronic......yes.......still have the old school style and feel......yes!
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i disagree. my wifes G6 GT had a STOCK slap (ratchet) shifter right from GM. electronic......yes.......still have the old school style and feel......yes!
Thats fine but the B&M or Hurst style automatic shifters are cable operated and therefore cannot be used on newer electronic controled transmissions!
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i disagree. my wifes G6 GT had a STOCK slap (ratchet) shifter right from GM. electronic......yes.......still have the old school style and feel......yes!
I suppose a shifter of this style could be built but it would definitely be an expensive piece. The thing is the factory buttons actually work very well, put them on the shifter and it's a natural
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