Bremer Shifts - Sequential SHIFTER (Not transmission)

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So, the clutch still needs pushed in I assume?


1. BOLT ON SEQUENTIAL SHIFTER
The Bremer Sequential Shifter is a true bolt on product that most DIYers will be able to handle themselves without any specialist tools.
2. SHORT THROW SHIFTER
Due to its unique design, the Bremer Sequential Shifter becomes a short throw shifter,
meaning, it will change gears with 40% less movement.
3. ADJUSTABLE SHIFT FORCE
This simply means you can adjust the level of resistance you feel through the shift lever when changing gears. To change the resistance you simply undo two screws at the base of the lever and change out the springs, to either increase or decrease the resistance, allowing you to get just the right force for either race or street driving. For instance a drag racer would prefer the stiffer spring set up compared to your daily driver which would have the lighter spring choice. But the driver is not limited to this, and can choose whatever suits their needs and requirements at any given time.
4. 2 STAGE ADJUSTABLE SHIFT LEVER
This feature adds to the amount of personal customization this shifter has. Both the top and bottom of the handle are adjustable with splines that allow for 22.5 degree increments. It allows the driver to angle the shift lever either back towards themselves or forwards. There are 5 adjustments at the top and 5 adjustments at the bottom. (The Retro lever has 5 adjustments at the bottom)
5. INTERCHANGEABLE SHIFT LEVERS
Bremer Shifters offer different styles of shift levers that can be changed to suit the style of car that the owner wants. Retro or race, we even make an adaptor to fit your old school shift lever.
6. RIGHT AND LEFT ANGLE SHIFTING
Angle shifting allows the driver to change the angle of shifting from the vehicles centre line in 30 degree increments, towards themselves for a more ergonomic feel, or away from themselves. The driver can choose the amount of angle which best suits their needs. Adjustable for both left and right hand drive vehicles.
7. REVERSIBLE SHIFT PATTERN
Some drivers prefer to PULL the gear lever to go up gears, and some prefer to PUSH the lever. This gives everybody a choice, and the ability to fine tune there driving style which best suits them. Changing to Reverse Pattern is simple and should only take a few minutes.
8. REMOTE SHIFTING
One of the best features of the Bremer Sequential Shifter is the ability to remotely shift gears. The freedom is unmatched by any other shifter on the market today. Years of R&D has been invested to achieve a clutter free set up which anyone can install, and drive with confidence. Just one push/pull cable is all that is needed. So mounting the gear lever next to the steering wheel or anywhere for that matter, has never been so easy, or look so good.

https://www.bremershifters.com/
 

Bmwfixerguy1

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Thank God it's expensive I didn't want to have to ditch my RTD before I installed it lol
 

335i_lou

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Saw this the other day... it looks awesome!! Would love to take a drive with one of these installed.
 

langsbr

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Their site says you have to use the clutch unless you have a dogbox, which makes sense. I only saw it for Tremecs though. They are very proud of it too - 2400 bucks. Oof.
 

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Saw this at Sema, what a joke. $2400 for something you still have to shift with a clutch, does not increase shift times, or any of the benefits of a true sequential. Yet you get the downdides, of not being able to skip gears etc. The rice spoiler of shifters, is basically what it is. I guess its good if you can't seem to consistently hit shifts on your H pattern, and you have $2400 burning a hole in your pocket.
 

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Saw this at Sema, what a joke. $2400 for something you still have to shift with a clutch, does not increase shift times, or any of the benefits of a true sequential. Yet you get the downdides, of not being able to skip gears etc. The rice spoiler of shifters, is basically what it is. I guess its good if you can't seem to consistently hit shifts on your H pattern, and you have $2400 burning a hole in your pocket.

Precisely. This is the ULTIMATE poser mod. None of the sequential benefits with only the look and a $2400 price tag. Shit, you'd do better spending that $2400 on a good Canali to go to church in every Sunday.