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thetunersgroup
17-11-10, 07:54 PM
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Hi All,

The Tuners Group is very pleased to announce that the SSS Drive Sequential System System is now available from The Tuners Group.


The Age Old Mis-Shift Problem - Solved

Missed shifts with an H pattern gearbox can cost you precious time at the track.

The dreaded mis-shift across the shift gate from 5th gear to 2nd gear when you meant to shift from 5th to 4th can result in a drastic over rev of your engine, and can cause catastrophic damage to your engine.

Similarly on cars with 6 speed H pattern gearboxes a mis-shift from 6th gear to 3rd gear when you meant to shift from 6th to 5th can destroy an engine in seconds.

Additionally many track racers would love to be able to run a full sequential gearbox in their car, but do not have the budget for a full sequential gearbox.

The Tuners Group is very pleased to be able to provide a solution to these problems ...


PRODUCT INFO

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The SSS Sequential Shifting System is a revolutionary patented product that converts your car's manually shifted standard H pattern shifting, to a sequential shifting mechanism.

Instead of trying to find the right gear across the H pattern, with the SSS Sequential Shifting System, you simply move the shift lever back to change up a gear, and forward to change down a gear.

The SSS Sequential Shifting System attaches to the exterior of your car's standard H-pattern gearbox, so there are no internal changes required to your gearbox to run the SSS system on your car.

A large, high visibility gear indicator allows you to see at a glance which gear you are in.

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Additionally the system can be used with an optional paddle shifter if you want the speed and convenience of paddles. So the choice of a gearlever or paddles is yours.

Installing the SSS will enable you to:

* change gears without lateral movement of the shift lever
* change gears fast, smooth and accurately
* view selected gear on the Digital Indicator
* avoid mis-shifts caused by not selecting the gear accurately
* avoid the catastrophic 5th gear to 2nd gear mis-shift


WHAT CARS IS IT AVAILABLE FOR ?

The SSS Drive System is available for the following vehicles:

- Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV - IX (Evo 4 to Evo 9)
- Subaru Impreza WRX STi
- Porsche 911 GT2 and GT3
- Honda Civic (1992)
- Ford Mustang
- Custom fitments


VIDEOS, MORE INFO, PRICING ETC

Videos of the SSS Drive system in action can be viewed here ...

http://www.tunersgroup.com/Videos/SSS_videos.html

More info, pricing etc can be found on our website here ...

http://www.tunersgroup.com/Products/sss_sequential.html


- Adam

Bang A Dang
17-11-10, 08:02 PM
Adam,
how would one go about installing such product?

is there infomation of installation process

or it is reccomended for a professional?

thetunersgroup
17-11-10, 08:39 PM
Adam,
how would one go about installing such product?

is there infomation of installation process

or it is reccomended for a professional?

The install process is different for different models. Which car are you wanting to fit one to ?

- Adam

Biggie
17-11-10, 09:12 PM
so clutch still needed to be used

very cool concept though

thetunersgroup
17-11-10, 09:49 PM
so clutch still needed to be used

very cool concept though

Yes you still use your clutch with the SSS Drive System.

You would still want the clutch to work with your foot for launches off the startline etc.

One of the differences between the SSS Drive System and competing mechanical sequential shift systems is that the SSS Drive System also has the option of an electronically activated paddle shifter.

- Adam

93tzlegacy
17-11-10, 10:01 PM
very interesting concept, im interested in one for a jdm 02 Sti 6 speed box, can you tell me how the reverse lock out would be activated? thanks, Ben.

Mr Happ
17-11-10, 10:29 PM
I've never seen this before, interesting idea :)

thetunersgroup
19-11-10, 09:28 PM
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Hi All,

A couple of people have asked questions about how the SSS system compares to another sequential shifter on the market.

As mentioned above one of the differences between the SSS Drive System and competing mechanical sequential shift systems is that the SSS Drive System also has the option of an electronically activated paddle shifter.

The SSS system also has the option of a hydraulic pump system with an electronic controller. The hydraulic pump and controller can be seen in the left rear of the photo above.

The hydraulic pump option :

- Allows a hydraulic sequential shifting setup with electronic paddles
- The hydraulic pump is the centre of the SSS hydraulic shifting system
- Contains electronic controller, oil tank and regulator valves.

With an electronic paddle shifter the electronics provide a signal to shift gears, but of course you need something to provide the physical force to shift the transmission, and that is what the hydraulic pump does.

So as above, there are a number of differences between the SSS hydraulic system option with electronic paddles which shifts hydraulicly in response to an electronic signal from the paddles when compared to a sequential shift lever which shifts the gears mechanically.

- The Tuners Group

one11
19-11-10, 10:30 PM
very interesting indeed. So using the paddle will not require the clutch?