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Developed by an Exige 260 owner in the Italian Dolomites.

Saw this shifter and was impressed with the engineering. Metal ball and cup, roller bearings, infinitely adjustable lever throw - Zero shifter lost motion .

Understand that he can produce such for the Evora, but will require different frame to suit the Evora handbrake.

I will be installing one in my Elise soon.

If interested, contact Manuel for more specs / pics.

[email protected]

Bred in the Italian Dolomiti -



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On the 1st photo of the post the shifter is in standard grey color.

Possible to customize your shifter as wanted (with extra costs).

I can make your customize render:



With about 4 weeks lead time it will be ready:



So you can fit the shifter on your car (here into an RHD Elise:IMG-20210829-WA0009.thumb.jpg.f7f0b41d294b2dd128ea0f677b24164b.jpg


At the moment only 4 avaible, then it will be out of stock. (I'm evaluating if make another batch)

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Latest pic of Aust installation of the Dolomiti RHD shifter.

Beautiful tig welded stainless frame.

This one is going to be exposed, hence the colours and the button mount.

Shift mechanism is as per oem type but with durable pivot and precise movement on roller bearings, plus quality materials, make the difference.

Manuel can also supply spherical rod ends for oem cables as seen here that come standard on SSC cables shown in the pic.



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Detail of TIG welded handbrake support, one of two, (right side):



Detail of CNC machined switch support for hand brake (left side),TIG welded too:




And some details of the cross-reference, CNC machined with centesimal precision (the 1 on the top with grey anodization):



No compromise on the Dolomiti Shifter: If something expensive had to be done to make my shifter the best, it was done.

The best material and the best realization process.


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