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Hurst Driveline Conversions is proud to announce the release of four all NEW shifters for Tremec T-56 converted vehicles.
Hurst Blackjack T-56 Magnum Mid-Shifter
Hurst Blackjack T-56 Magnum shifter for 1959-64 Chevrolet Impalas
The new and improved HDC website is now live.
Our updated site includes a Kit Configurator that we have created to guide you based on your vehicle year, make, and model. Build your kit, choose only the parts you want, and get your quote online. The process is fast, accurate, and simple. Of...
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In a 66 Chevelle, 327/350 HP Vette motor (also from 66), I plan on changing out the Muncie shifter with a Hurst - any experience and/or recommendations for 60's era shifter or the more modern?
Which would give me the best performance?
I have an original 66 Muncie shifter on a Muncie M20 4 speed. The shifter hits the bucket seat, and was thinking about changing it out for new Hurst Competition Shifter. For those who have the Hurst Comp, or have driven one, would I get better performance with the Hurst with the original 66 M20...