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Paddle shift for Corvettes??

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evolution

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Are there any aftermarket (duh) paddle-style shifters for the C4-C5 Vettes?

I bring this up because I heard of this company that makes something called Switchlogic for BMW's

It sounds like it could possibly be made for a Vette....I dont know but it sounds neat-o. No rhyme intended :p
 
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evolution

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Geeze...I would have thought someone would show interest in this!
Well, all I want to know is if it is possible to do.
The Switchlogic system replaces the computer on the tranny and the unit itself is 1 paddle,7 O'Clock position, push for upshift, pull for downshift. Its even smart enough not to blow your setup by having a rev-limiter that remembers your commands before you hit a hill or curve. You can make it anticipate a corner by downshifting and hit the brakes a couple of seconds later and BLING!, it downshifts for you when your revs can handle it. Pretty freakin sweet.
 

77D-VeTTe

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I know that there is a company that rigged a '00 C5 with paddle shift for handicaped drivers. Don't recall the company though sorry
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