View Full Version : Ripshift Now Available For Your VXR8

GM Motorsport
14th September 2007, 10:45 AM
Hi all

Just a quick note to let all the UK owners know that Ripshift "Australia's fastest manual shifter" is now available for the VXR8 as well as the Monaro VXR.

After more than a year of testing on the road and track the all new VE / VXR8 Ripshift is ready for release.

VXR8 Ripshift Features:

Adjustable stick height, tailor your own height in 1mm increments to suit your driving style.
2nd to 3rd Centralisation springs gives the VE Ripshift the straight gate feature, push up when in 2nd to select 3rd.
Optional size springs for hardcore racers
Polyurethane rear mounting bush insert, provides less flex in shift action.
Shorter throws than standard shifter.
Positive stop bolts, help prevent over shifts.
Developed and road tested for over a year in numerous test cars and GMM s own dedicated VE product evaluation vehicle.
Has been fitted to 10 and 12 second Australian VE cars.
Made in Australia using the finest materials such as 7075 aircraft series alloy




You can find all the info on our website Click Here (http://www.ripshift.com/rip_dealers_uk.html)


Never Miss 3rd Gear Again


Monaro VXR Ripshift Features

Billet Alloy
Positive stops to prevent synchro breakage
Deletes bridge and front pick up that fails on all other shifters
Solid mounted Biss-Alloy gear stick eliminates that mushy feeling
Cad Plated
Solid or rubber mounted
Unique spring action makes 2nd & 3rd shifts ultra fast
Will accept stock gear knobs
Perfect for Street, Strip and Circuit use
Available in Race or Street designs to suit selected
Holden VN to VE
Pontiac GTO & G8
Vauxhall Monaro VXR & VXR8
Chevrolet Lumina
This product is protected by Australian Design Registration. No 154581

ps: if this post breaks any of the forum rules please PM me


14th September 2007, 12:29 PM
I had a ripshifter fitted to my Monaro in Jan 2006 - They've been available for over 2 years now AFAIK

14th September 2007, 01:52 PM
The second mod I ever did. Great investment, right there.

GM Motorsport
14th September 2007, 02:44 PM
Sorry guys, I had posted our US version post, I have now upadted it with all the VXR8 details and photos, see 1st post