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That looks similar in design/purpose
Yes, the idea of lifting the level is very same as Fabcar design made for 935 racing cars in 80ies. And the movement of the shifter in your sample is similar as Fabcar and Wevo offers.

Except:
Qvarnis doesn't have any more uni-joint in the shifter: it only slides as T-bone forward and backward and makes shifting really precise: less bending joints, less loose.
Of course with that kind of modification the shifting figure will work vice versa ( the gears you used to find with movement to front will be found from the rear of the figure etc. Left and right stays of course (rear near you, longer gears far from you) in their original places. I've tried it last summer and liked it a lot: it is precise like driving Formula 3000 .
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Last edited by petri; 02-13-2007 at 02:51 PM..
Old 02-13-2007, 02:49 PM
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