Carbon Composite Synchros

Improve shifting response with Synchrotech Pro Series Carbon Lined Synchros!

Unlike the carbon/moly synchros that have a spray coating, Synchrotech Pro Series Carbon Synchros have a full carbon composite lining. Utilizing carbon-carbon technology  initially developed for the Aerospace industry, our carbon composite material acts as a braking material during gear engagement. This allows for quicker and more precise shifting and prolongs the life of the synchro sleeve and gear engagement teeth. We are proud to offer the most technologically advanced synchros on the market. We also offer a full line of hardened steel sleeves, hubs and carburized synchro springs to go along with our carbon synchro sets.

From Import Tuner Magazine article:

Brass, Carbon-Coated and Full-Carbon Synchros
What do the racers prefer?

"I rev out to almost 11 grand in each gear," begins Tim Thomas, NYC-based Low Budget Racing's 9.6-second B-series Civic drag champ, "and it was just killing the stock synchros. They were failing every two or three passes." He continues, "I've gone over 20 passes on Synchrotech's carbon-fiber ones so far, and shifting at high rpm is way faster. If I blow a trans, I'll yank out the synchros and put them in the new trans-good as new!" Brian Kono, of Cypress, CA's After Hours Automotive, whose road-race EG recently won Honda Challenge's H2 class with the prototype full carbon-fiber synchros installed (and with Renan Bayar behind the wheel), concurs. "We log thousands of high-rpm, abusive shifts during each race weekend," he explains, "and the carbon synchros outperform OE in every way."
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