B&M 81052 Automatic Gated Shifter Features:
B&M 81052 Automatic Gated Shifter Notes:
What does a B&M shifter do?
- A B&M 81052 shifter, such as the B&M pistol grip shifter or B&M magnum shifter, enhances gear shifting precision and speed in a vehicle, allowing for smoother transitions between gears.
How do you use a B&M Pro stick shifter?
- Engage the clutch and move the shifter handle to the desired gear position firmly and swiftly, ensuring a precise and quick shift.
How do you use a B&M automatic shifter?
- Place the shifter in the “Drive” or “Reverse” position, depending on the desired direction, and operate the shifter handle accordingly to engage the gears smoothly.
How does a pro ratchet shifter work?
- A pro ratchet shifter, like the B&M stealth magnum shifter, uses a ratcheting mechanism that allows for quick and precise gear changes by moving the shifter through its positions without needing to engage a clutch.
Explore the precision and performance of the B&M 81052 series, including the B&M pistol grip shifter, B&M magnum shifter, and B&M stealth magnum shifter. These shifters are engineered to optimize your vehicle's gear shifting for enhanced control and speed. Elevate your driving experience with these quality B&M shifters, providing the precision and reliability demanded by automotive enthusiasts.
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DOES THE 130-81052 SHIFTER WORK WITH REVERSE VALVE BODY IN A CHRYSLER 727 TRANS?
I find that when I shift from 2nd to 3rd in my TH350 it can and does go up into neutral, shouldn’t this be locked out without pulling the “trigger” or is my cable not adjusted correctly
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