gearshift


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Synonyms for gearshift

a mechanical device for engaging and disengaging gears

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Before the command for a gearshift is triggered, the torque is completely transmitted by clutch C1 and the gear ratio of the current gear is [i.
It also comes with BMW's new Eco-Pro mode, which promotes more economical and comfortable driving at low speeds by adjusting the engine mapping, throttle sensitivity and automatic gearshift points.
23 June 2010 - Norwegian company Kongsberg Automotive Holding ASA (OSL: KOA) said today that it has recently won three contracts, worth a total EUR7m, based on its gearshift systems.
From the beginning of 2009 all new Focus models will have a gearshift indicator that tells the driver when to change gear.
Equipped as standard with BMW's intelligent xDrive all-wheel drive technology and Dynamic Performance Control, and mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with optimised gearshift dynamics, the BMW X6 enjoys unique agility, tracking stability, precision and traction in every situation, as well as optimised fuel economy for lower emissions and maximum power and performance.
And, with a light and positive dash-mounted gearshift, lively is how you'll feel driving what is a practical people carrier stuffed with storage space, state-of-the-art in-car DVD entertainment and five rear seats that fold to a perfect flat-bed.
Electrohydraulic range changing eliminates a gearshift linkage lever and allows clutchless forward/reverse power shuttling and clutchless gear and range changing.
Says Nagelle, "This could include a woodgrain look on side panels or on instrument panels or around gearshift consoles, where we would replace laminates.
For LuK, these gearbox variants comprise its XSG family that embraces Electronic Clutch Management (ECM), which dispenses with the clutch pedal, the Auto Shift Gearbox (ASG), where the actual gear shifting is automated, and the Uninterrupted Shift Gearbox (USG), where a partial filling of the torque interruption during a gearshift is achieved with an additional clutch.
The Carraro Group is introducing a new a driveline with all electronically controlled suspension and servo synchro gearshift transmission at ConExpo-Con/Agg.
The center console is gone, and the gearshift and dashboard were taken out.
An optional manual gearshift package is also available.
A user presses the collector pad against a person's hands or a vehicle's handles, steering wheel, or gearshift, and then puts the ampule in place in the pouch before crushing it.
All of which makes his next project, a Texas location shoot outfitting 1,000 people for The Alamo, seem like such a lurching gearshift.
In 1915, de Zayas and Picabia had embraced the machine and machinist technology, both having produced portraits of Stieglitz that suggest, at best, that he was exhausted in his efforts to promote modern art, or at worst, finished (Picabia rendered him as a broken camera, next to which appears a car gearshift tellingly positioned in neutral).