HE Engineering – Sequential Shifter Prototype

Niels Heusinkveld has shown off a new prototype product of his Heusinkveld Engineering arm, showing a new sequential shifter.

The prototype is made of plexiglass for demonstration purposes, retail units of the shifter will be made of stainless steel. The shifter will come with a clamp to fix it to tables and or racing rigs, a price for the new unit has not been revealed yet.

You can see the unit in action below, please note that according to Niels, the retail version will require 2.5 times more shifting force than shown off in the video.


  • John Krisfalusci

    What about an H shifter? Please!!! =(

  • Anonymous

    Niels! Please allow me to afford this! That looks like a real space-saver, and I can already see exactly where it would fit on my desk, but all the cool stuff costs too much. I shudder to think…

  • Realkman666

    Glory to the clamp!

  • Richard Pittam

    Such a small foot print. Well done. I have the Arc Carbon shifter which I love and I though that was a good size but this looks great. If it feels like the Arc, has the adjustments, it has to be on the top of everyones list.

  • GamerMuscle

    “ok Mr bond”

  • Anonymous

    Not shooting this wonderful work down but seeing the prices for this sort of hardware, I was forced to make my own H pattern and Sequential shifter from things I bought from a hardware store. The sequential shifter is all metal construction but the H patter is a box made from commercial plastic. Wasn’t very hard to do, was fun to construct and is a blast to use. Now I started on my own Petronas F1 wheel. It’s not hard if you take your time, research and keep your fingers out of the way or you will be driving with nubs. 🙂

  • http://swiatwyscigow.pl/ Tomasz Kubiak

    If a retail version will come with transparent body, it may become the best looking shifter ever made

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