Integrated Electronic Safe Shifting System The SHIFT shifting system provides an accurate, fast, simple, and safe means to control your automatic performance transmission.
Simple push button control allows for manual shifting with multiple integrated mechanical and RPM based safety lock outs to inhibit accidental shifting into Reverse or Park.
Easy to view backlit display shows current gear selection.
Control module designed to mount to standard steering wheel providing convenient and ergonomic use. Module can also for mounted on dash or floor.
Integrated programmable automatic shift points can be based on time or RPM. No external rpm shift control box needed.
SHIFT high speed motor controlled actuator replaces shift linkage, CO2 air bottle or electric solenoid, and mechanical shift cable. One cable connection can be easily routed. No more bound or frayed shift cables to impede proper shifts or refilling empty CO2 bottle.
SHIFT can be programmed for various transmission types and gears. No need to have multiple linkages for different transmissions, one SHIFT system can be used on all of them.
Powerglide, Three Speed, or up to six speeds with Clean Neutral or Reverse patterns no problem!
The SHIFT shifting system provides an accurate, fast, simple, and safe means to control your automatic performance transmission.
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