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  1. #1
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    Look what showed up today!

    I have invoice #1!!!!!



    This is the new paddle shifter from Twist Machine that allows manual up and downshifts with fingertip control. Works on any 4L60E, 4L80E, and AOD-E computer-controlled trannies. This is going to be a LOT of fun!

    Thanks Steve!



    Jody


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    Man I've been looking at those...........I wish they'd make one to operate a solenoid or two to operate the shifter on the tranny........I'm going to be running the 200r4 on my twin turbo.......

    I've been thinking about running the electronic trannies........just feel better about the 200r...........

    That thing looks sweet though........and bound to be a lot of fun.

    Congrats
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    Awsome

    Jody, that is so cool I can't stand it!
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    It looks like Batman's belt buckle...I can't wait to get mine.
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    Mmmmm, Purdy.
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    oh i want one.... oh sooo bad....

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    I think my next car will be an automatic. :icon996:

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    Looks nice. I found this site because of that site..

    I seen on the site they say Its best to use it with the TCI T-COM because of the programing of the 4l60e tannys. and that if you don't use the t-com and you splice the harness you voild the warrenty etc.

    are They ANY advantages with T-COM over me using Tunercat for all my programing?

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    Too cool! I think I might get one even though I an running a 6 speed. It looks so cool I just have to find something to run with it. Maybe turn signals? lol
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    That's awesome Jody!!! I can't wait to see it installed. One thing though, in the pic, its upside down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zbugger
    That's awesome Jody!!! I can't wait to see it installed. One thing though, in the pic, its upside down.



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    Okay then, that's better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by camcojb
    I have invoice #1!!!!!

    Jody
    Cool deal.. I have invoice #3

    We will be doing the install for an upcoming issue of PHR. We ordered up the T-Com unit today.

    Did yours come with any instructions? Not that I read instructions but it would be nice ;)

    I was reading the specs on the T-Com.. that is one piece of equipment!

    The Shrifter seems to be very well made, can't wait to get it installed and slap around some gears.

    This would be VERY cool combined with GM's new 6L80 6 speed auto trans!
    "A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for."

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    Steve,

    They faxed me a couple pages. I can scan them and e-mail them to you if you'd like.

    Jody

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    Quote Originally Posted by camcojb
    Steve,

    They faxed me a couple pages. I can scan them and e-mail them to you if you'd like.

    Jody
    That would be very cool, Thanks

    [email protected]

    Did you order up your T-Com yet?
    "A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for."

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    I'll get it to you tonight Steve. I haven't ordered my T-Com yet; holding out in hopes that John Meaney gets it incorporated in my Big Stuff 3 in time for Power Tour, then I will not need the T-Com. Already got him to put a boost controller in it to eliminate one extra box.

    Jody

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve1969LS1
    Cool deal.. I have invoice #3

    We will be doing the install for an upcoming issue of PHR. We ordered up the T-Com unit today.
    Did yours come with any instructions? Not that I read instructions but it would be nice
    Steve,
    Your Shrifter had to be shipped to the MPMC show in L.A. before the instructions were complete. Please send me an email so that I can reply to you with a pdf file attached.

    Installation doesn't get any easier:
    1) Replace aftermarket steering wheel hub with the Shrifter.
    2) Plug electronics into trans computer.
    3) Supply +12v and Ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by streetfytr68
    Steve,
    Your Shrifter had to be shipped to the MPMC show in L.A. before the instructions were complete. Please send me an email so that I can reply to you with a pdf file attached.

    Installation doesn't get any easier:
    1) Replace aftermarket steering wheel hub with the Shrifter.
    2) Plug electronics into trans computer.
    3) Supply +12v and Ground.

    I forwarded the pdf file you sent to me over to Steve last night. He's got it now.

    Jody

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    Thanks Jody,
    BTW, Check out UPRacing.com for a great selection and good price on Sparco and Momo steering wheels. Any 350mm wheel will work great with the Shrifter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by streetfytr68
    Thanks Jody,
    BTW, Check out UPRacing.com for a great selection and good price on Sparco and Momo steering wheels. Any 350mm wheel will work great with the Shrifter.
    Thanks guys!

    I will be ordering a Momo steering wheel tomorrow so I will check that site out. I just put in a request for the T-Com, might as well have two of them, so as soon as it gets here we will be ready to do the install article.
    "A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for."

    1968 Track Rat Camaro:
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    1971 Chevelle Wagon with a few mods:
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