ECC Modified Ikeya Sequential Shifter For Toyota Starlet

Discussion in 'East Coast Customs' started by John@ECC, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. John@ECC

    John@ECC Paid Member

    Hi guys, its been a while since we've posted but we have been working on many projects behind the scenes.

    Here's our Mitsubishi Evo modified sequential shifter fitted to our starlet demo car.

  2. Phil

    Phil Super Moderator


  3. The_Notorious_C_A_T

    The_Notorious_C_A_T Paid Member

    Good to see people are still moving the scene forward with cool bits!
  4. mudi

    mudi Paid Member

    by any chance if you selling the modified one for the startlet PM me
  5. 5e colin

    5e colin Registered User +

    thats cool is that like the americans with a electronick ram ???? on there automatick boxes ???
  6. Iain@CRD

    Iain@CRD Paid Member

    Excellent work guys! Any idea on cost after the additional work to suit?
    Last edited: Nov 2, 2013
  7. goldenvtr

    goldenvtr Paid Member

    does the gearbox have to be aftermarket / modded to make it sequential, or is it all done though the shifter mechanism?
  8. Fizturbo

    Fizturbo Paid Member

    WOW!!! love it :)
  9. yaristurbo

    yaristurbo Registered User +

    Looks awesome that bonnet looks familiar and the straight cut box
  10. John@ECC

    John@ECC Paid Member

    @mudi This one won't be for sale for a good while but we can replicate it if anyone wants the same, although please bear in mind that it does require individual setup for each vehicle.

    @5e colin No this isn't like the automatic with an electronic ram, its still a manual box but has a sequential shifter.

    @Iain@CRD I can get you a cost on Monday once we work out the hours to replicate it.

    @goldenvtr you could potentially use it on a std gearbox but its advised to use it on a dog box, there are no modifications required apart from the shifter.
  11. thefalls

    thefalls Registered User +

    This is a very interesting mod,Any harm to the standard box? like synchros or bearings?
  12. Killamats

    Killamats Registered Trader <a href="http://www.toyotagtturb

    This looks great John. Whats it like with flat shifting?
  13. John@ECC

    John@ECC Paid Member

    @thefalls Its recommended to be used with 5 speed dog boxes but we have used it on a few synchro applications before and haven't had any issues but they need to be set up correctly or you will get problems.

    @Keith @ Zisco I will try and get a video of it on the road next week with my new in car camera.
  14. Phil

    Phil Super Moderator

    make that happen :)


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