Paddle shift extension new Alpine A110

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Paddle shift extension new Alpine A110

Postby Wobblywheel » Sat Oct 26, 2019 9:32 am

I im love with my new Alpine however the sun is not without some dark spots. The paddles for gear selection are too short for my taste. It is not problem for daily driving but when you are on the track it is apparent. I have tried to locate an extension but failed so far. Any ideas??
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Re: Paddle shift extension new Alpine A110

Postby Wobblywheel » Sun Oct 27, 2019 9:54 pm

I performed a test first with cardboard and then aluminium pieces just to test the functionality. It is not beautiful and is just a functional model. The result was that it worked perfectly and with no hindering of other functions. The driving experience was wastly imroved on twisty roads!
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