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A little H-pattern shifter.
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... Sorry, I can't help you with that. But I can show you a nifty little 5-speed H-pattern shifter! Out of my desire to someday own a car with a stickshift, I built this little device to quench my shifting needs... spare the footwork :) It has 5 driving speeds and and a reverse gear. The stick is held in with a ball-socket joint: I literally ripped off a spider droid's head in the making of this creation :D Please review, and thanks for looking!

Here a video I made of the creation. It shifts really smoothly, except in 5th and R it rubs a bit.

Here's an overview, showing which slot is for which gear.

The mechanism is tucked neatly into a little cube, which can be carried anywhere. As I'm typing this, it's sitting next to me on my desk :)

Shot of the guts of the machine. Fairly simple, as I said: a ball-socket joint is the only fancy stuff here.


 I like it 
  October 15, 2010
That is great. It would add even more detail in a sports car where one doesn't have the transmission parts or not the room for one.
  September 19, 2010
Not Dax! a Hax! this is too simple awesomeness to be disliked so you just have to rate 5/5 :D
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  August 9, 2010
Nice work Dax.....
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  July 3, 2010
Oh my god.Now i understand.And i wonder why my car only drives 30 km/h. Great idea.;-)
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  July 2, 2010
where do you get the ball-socket joint? are they rare, do certain sets have them?
Dax Olesa
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Josh Lucas
  June 30, 2010
I was wondering how you got a Technic transmission in that little box. Still creative, though. You still need a clutch pedal, if you want to be realistic.
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  June 30, 2010
Nice, simple yet creative.
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  June 30, 2010
It's really nice! (I like how the camera re-focuses every shift in the video. :P)
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  June 30, 2010
Great creation and idea Dax! - NC
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  June 29, 2010
Quoting Sterling Knight Great, simple design! Now I want to see a s l i d i n g version. ;)
No, sticks don't rotate on a single point, as this model suggests, but they don't slide either...
 I like it 
  June 29, 2010
Great, simple design! Now I want to see a s l i d i n g version. ;)
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