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This is a discussion on new shift knob :) within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; well i havent got anything new for my car for a couple months cuz im so broke but i finally ...

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    new shift knob :)

    well i havent got anything new for my car for a couple months cuz im so broke but i finally got this greddy shift knob from my friend. finally something new. .




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    Ive got the same one w/ a blue top. very nice shift knob for the money. Except it gets HHHHOT in the summertime out here

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    Wow ive never seen that one before. That looks really nice!
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    Nice. I was expecting to see the Momo air leather

    +1 for doing something different

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    Looks nice man. I have a red wrx, that knob would look sweet
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    haha i ordered the white one last week, it got back ordered though. I had the same knob in my hatch, before someone smashed my window and jacked it from my car.

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    If i ordered that knob, would the stock shift boot work with it? or would i need a new one. Or i guess i should ask i should get a new boot, would it look bad with a stock one? The stock knob is pretty boring....
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    the stock boot works fine w/ it. heres mine w/ the stock shifter and then the 2nd one is after i installed my short shifter
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    which short shifter did u go with?

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    thats the cobb double adjustable one. i got their stage 2 drivetrain package which comes w/ the shifter, shifter bushings, and sti trans mount

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    looks nice
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