cmcraeslo wrote:Cylinders are now a little longer so you can adjust travel for each position with custom washers inside the cylinder. This basically means it can be adapted post manufacturing which is nice. I'll probably make this project public so everyone can build it's own shifter. All of these parts are still pretty expensive when you buy all of them, but slowly you could gather these parts and eventually make one.
From what you said before, about total cost... even you selling this as a product would still be seen as incredibly cheap by comparison of the cheapest alternative.
I think about this solution a LOT for my current rotary car build, and how amazing it would be to have, if only you had kits for sale