We've used Motec in the two cars we've done paddle shift with. Geartronics does have their own system as well (http://www.geartronics.co.uk/paddleshift.htm). We use Geartronics paddles as well as their actuator and valve assembly.I am seriously interested in the sequential with paddle shift.....im assuming you also need a motec?
So can we buy the kit (trans/etc etc etc) from you guys and get help setting it up?
With having manual brakes on the car, it's just a nice thing to feel before going into a corner, knowing that you have brakes. Especially having had a situation at T17 at Sebring in a BMW and not having a brake pedal, it does the heart/brain a bit of good to have a firm pedal. With the brake setup on this car, as well as mine, I don't have pad knockback.
We can certainly get all of the parts for you, but we had to reach out to a professional (Motec in our cases) to set everything up once it was all installed. That will involve chassis dyno work and a track day to fine tune the blips and cuts. A light weight clutch is very important as well. We use a Tilton carbon that has a very low MOI.So can we buy the kit (trans/etc etc etc) from you guys and get help setting it up?