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Author: Subject: Cable operated paddles shift
16v205

posted on 21/5/18 at 06:29 PM Reply With Quote
Cable operated paddles shift

Hello,

I hate the sloppy gearshift in my car so i'm looking at converting it to a paddle shift.

Problem is kitcardirect haven't got any universal paddles in and I'm impatient

Has anyone got anything knocking about please? I was looking for a push pull operated paddle shift setup please

Cheers
Rich

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femster87

posted on 21/5/18 at 10:08 PM Reply With Quote
This any good
http://locostbuilders.co.uk/forum/34/viewthread.php?tid=212447

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Hopley89

posted on 22/5/18 at 07:27 AM Reply With Quote
I take it your gear linkage is cable at the moment?? Thatís why itís sloppy?
why donít you change it to a solid Linkage?? with rose joint and make it so the
throw is only small very responsive, i had a cable and couldnít use it as it was
Too stiff and didnít like the response!

Iíll email you some pics of mine to see what you think

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16v205

posted on 22/5/18 at 11:45 AM Reply With Quote
I inherited a rose jointed, all threaded Frankenstein gear selector that has so many bits in it I cant work out how they made it so complicated.

I thought I would replace it all with a cable system, then after that decided on a cable paddle shifter setup but just looking for some parts now.

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