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Author Subject: Group buy feeler - Colin Satchel 'satchshift'
tommy_306

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Im just trying to gauge how many people would be interested in one of Colin's 'satchshift' kits. I spoke to Colin and he said he'd need 12 people to commit before he develops a 'diy' kit.

So, what is a Satchshift ??

The Satchshift is a full gearlinkage kit that replaces all of the old, crappy linkages, balls and wearing parts with new rose joints for precison shifting. Its also a quickshift which gives plenty of adjustment to personalise it. Colin has been making these for 10 years now, but is now developing diy kits.

To quote Sandy Brown:
"To be absolutely clear about this, the kit is designed for competition use and trimming of the lower part of the dash (if the dash is fitted as original), is usually required. Colin has minimised the work required to make it easier for people who do choose to fit the kit in a standard car, but that's not what it's intended for."


Here are some pictures of the 106 kit fitted. These are not my pics and are taken for the thread about these on 106rallye.co.uk.










No price as of yet, but the 106 one came in at £280, so i cant see the 306 one being much more.

More info can be found here: http://www.106rallyeforum.com/forum2008/showthread.php?t=77112

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 11:24
eddiebeano

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looks awesome! I'd be interested as I was about to replace the gear linkages anyway.

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 11:42
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good stuff. ill get a list going now and hopefully we can reach 12 !!!

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 11:58
rallyeash

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think you have to loose the radio though?

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 14:02
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rallyeash wrote:
think you have to loose the radio though?


I'm not too sure. I wouldnt have thought so as the radio is at the top of the dash. I know the 106 version has to have the bottom if the dash trimmed. The heater piping at the bottom of the dash in the centre console might have to move!

I'll try and find out!

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 14:08
rallyeash

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sorry yeah they are.

Satchshift fitted into a 306 race car...


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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 14:12
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You were thinking of the 205 weren't you?
Cheers for the pic aswell. Gives people a better idea of the fitting location.

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 15:39
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Won't that go right through where the immobiliser is?

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 16:31
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I asked Colin about these in late December but he was in the middle of doing a batch of 205 kits at the time. I asked him to stick my name down on the list as there was someone else after one too. I had better stick my name down on here just incase! More pics of the setup can be found in these project threads: dixon and devere

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 16:33
tommy_306

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eddiebeano wrote:
Won't that go right through where the immobiliser is?


Yeah I'd imagine it would. These are designed for race/track vehicles so some standard trim/items might have be modified or removed!

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 16:42
birk

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Would it work with my turbo conversion?

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 17:52
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I can't see why not. The only problem might be your downpipe location. The kit will probably be designed around the standard manifold. If your system is in the same location as the standard one then it will be fine!

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 18:07
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birk wrote:
Would it work with my turbo conversion?


I think you would struggle to be honest. Looking through the pics in your project thread I don't know whether you would have enough space in the engine bay with the downpipe.

on a side note, do you have anymore pics of your swirl pot setup?

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 18:13
fatlapit

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mate i dont think it will fit with any turbo 6 set up that i have seen Sad

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 20:09
welshpug!

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I think Colin was going to look into a more road car friendly setup, much like the 106 kit he has done not the ones used on 205's and 306 race cars currently.

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Posted 14th Mar 2012 at 20:59
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I would be interested in a more road car friendly set up Smile
Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 01:58
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Pit my name down for a track focused one,can he add some sort of device for the reverse cable?
Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 08:13
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fast_eddie - Colin will be making these as road friendly as he can. But with most things designed for motorsport use, compromises have to be made ie trimming of interior. I'll put your name down for now, but I can always remove it if you want me to!

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Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 08:43
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do you know whwt the differences is between these fast road and race set ups?
Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 12:47
welshpug!

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what do you mean?

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Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 12:50
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well, is it going to be more tame, or a longer throw maybe
Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 12:54
welshpug!

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"tame" ?!

I think the only differences you may encounter would be the finishing and whether the gearbox has rose jo0ints or standard clip on ends.

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Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 12:56
rallye1999

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Ah right, that should be all good then
Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 13:16
tommy_306

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rallye1999 wrote:
do you know whwt the differences is between these fast road and race set ups?


When I say road friendly, I only mean that it tries to avoid or minimise the removal/modification of the interior!

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Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 16:57
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Ah right, come on people's 7 more people
Posted 15th Mar 2012 at 18:09

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