The NightStick offset shifter for the Tremec T56 Magnum is perfect for applications that require a specific shifter placement. This unit comes equipped with a 1" side offset. Ideal for 1967 Camaro factory console when used in the forward shift position or the 1970-72 Camaro when used in the rear shift position, but can also be used for many other custom applications.
The Night Stick shifter is sent out with a predetermined shift lever location set. If you should need or want the shifter in a different location you can easily adjust the settings.
The upright for the shift lever is held on with a nut and interference fit similar to that of a ball joint. This piece can be rotated 360* and can be locked back down in any position. The holes that attach the shift lever are threaded all the way through so you can mount your shift lever from either side. We always recommend using locking nuts, washers, or thread locker for the shift lever attachment bolts to prevent them from coming loose.
The offset base bracket also has an octagonal pattern machined into the attachment point to allow full 360* rotation as well. Simply unbolt and rotate to whichever position is best for your application. Additionally, 1"x 1/2" or 2" side offset adapters are available for other custom applications.
The T56 Magnum Night Stick shifter arrives finished in a sleek midnight black anodize with the unmistakable Bowler “B” logo etched on top. The T56 Magnum NightStick is an all new design that combines the ball and socket shift stub found on the Viper spec 6-speed with a completely new base plate configuration that eliminates oil leakage around the shift stub socket. This new design utilizes a wavering with snap-ring retention to keep constant pressure on the ball socket enclosure eliminating the ability for fluid to leak up past the shift stub. The composite ball used on the shift stub creates a smooth feel with no rattle. We then cap the top off with a dust boot to keep out debris. The Night Stick is also available for the T56 Magnum Mid-Shift position should you need to move the shift location even farther forward.