B&M Pro Stick Installation
Installing a b&m pro stick in my bosses 73 nova, first attempt here at an
instructional video, i may have forgot some stuff, enjoy
In-Car Shot Dragracing Lenco Transmission Video
This is an in-car shot of Mike drag racing his 73 Duster using a Lenco
transmission. His dial in time is 10.60 and his ET for this race was a
10.61. This video shows the fast accelleration of a Mopar motor.
B&M Pro-Ratchet Shifter
NEW: check my other video: B&M Pro-Ratchet Shifter totally integrated
B&M Pro Ratchet Shifer installed on a C6 1000hp full manual valve body
transmission built by Jay @ Broader Performance.
ISIS vs. B&M: Short Shifter
ITS THE FINAL COUNTDOWN!! B&M vs. ISIS, I throw it all on the table
(literally). In this video I break down each shifter and show you the
differences between the two so that when you're out looking for a short
shifter, you can pick the perfect one for yourself.
I found that the two have pretty extreme pros and cons. The B&M is
flawless, but its $200. The ISIS is $100, but you've got to deal with some
stuff. I'd say if you've got the money for B&M do it. If not, go for the
ISIS. They both feel pretty similar as far as shifting goes, and if you're
crafty enough, you can repair the ISIS and it feels just like the B&M.
I apologize in advance for the video quality. My trust ol' cybershot is
slowly giving up on me. SOMEONE BUY ME A CANON T2i =D hahaha
UPDATE 2 Below...
here's my video on autoblog:
UPDATE 1: by "perfect shift" in the title, i didn't intend for it to really
mean a best-practice way to shift gears but, rather, to mimic the title of
the thread i read about this technique from.
this is a video i made after i read a thread on the forum i'm always on
(forums.clubrsx.com). it's about shifting w/out using the clutch. yes,
there really is less wear on the infamous synchros (a widely discussed
topic in the comments section of this video) the closer you shift at the
appropriate RPM for the gear you're switching to.
UPDATE 2: i've turned off comments and ratings to this video. i'm pretty
much tired of seeing the same comments recycled. besides, there are already
over 1000 comments (after removing extraneous ones) and over half a million
views. here are the categories the comments fell under and my responses to
comment about "facepaint"
-it's a mud mask used for exfoliating. i didn't bother to take it off
before making the video, apparently.
truckers do this
-great. i learned something new after receiving this type of comment about
my car is gay
-it's a matter of preference, homies ;)
i tried it and it worked
you're messing up your tranny/synchros
-i'll agree with this to a certain degree. you will mess up your
transmission/synchros if you perform this "clutchless shifting" horribly
(i.e. bad rev-matching) and repetitively.
why don't you just use the clutch?
-see update 1
Hurst Lightning Rods Triple Shifter Operation - 1984 Hurst/Olds
Just a quick take on the basic operation of a triple shifter. I got my
thoughts mixed up explaining the shifting sequence(s), but hopefully it
makes sense. At the time the car was produced "Hurst Lightning Rods"
shifter package was presented exclusively in the 83' & 84' Hurst/Olds;
however they can be retro fitted to other vehicles. I also did a rolling
start (30mph) to 85+, and then a 0-60.
B&M Hammer Demonstration
This video shows how the B&M Hammer Shifter works in a Ford Mustang. The Shifter works with the
4r70w, as well as the AODE transmission, found in 94-04 automatic Mustangs. The knob on top is not the
"Hammer Head" knob that comes with the shifter, it's a knob I bought at
Autozone. The red button on the side is the Overdrive cancel button,(the
grey button on the side of the stock shifter). For everyone saying your
trying to immitate a manual, THIS IS NOT AN IMMITATION OF A MANUAL
TRANSMISSION ITS AN AUTOMATIC SHIFTER, THIS WILL NOT MAKE YOUR CAR A
MANUAL. If you leave it in D then it will shift just like the stock