TH8A Analog Handbrake Adaptorplate

I´m currently working on an adaptor plate for the TH8A Shifter when using the shifter as an analog handbrake.


Here are some pics from the 3D Model i created. I hope i can produce a prototype soon.



I made my first Prototype with a 3D Printer. It´s not perfekt but holes fit very well. I had to prepare some spots of the adapterplate. I´m very satisfied with the first prototype.

Update 17.04.2016:

I realised that the Shifter does not use the whole way when set to analogue mode.

So i altered my drawing for the shifter.

I hope i can produce another prototype soon.

Update 19.09.2016:

I updated my adaptor plate some months ago. Now no empty way on the whole shifter travel. It works from 0% to 100%. The rubber bands give you very good feel for the handbrake and the shifter moves back to normal very quickly.

I will change the shifter plate in the future for better rubber band reliability & placement .


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