B&M's Pro Stick Automatic Race Shifters are made for ultimate transmission performance and control, purely function and dependability. These solid and durable
shifters are designed to take the abuse of adrenaline-filled racing. The light and compact Pro Stick is ideal for air solenoid, CO2 or manual shifting. A separate reverse lockout lever for one-hand operation, front exit cable, and neutral safety switch are just a few features that keep the Pro Stick a top choice in racers alike. All Pro Stick Shifters use interchangeable gate plates.
B&M's Original Hard-Core Race Shifter
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I have a forward pattern pro stick. Can I use this to convert it to reverse pattern? Thanks for any help.
Will this work on the hurst quarter stick
Will this work wit the B&M 81052?
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