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This is a discussion on Picking Out a WRX 5-Speed Shift Knob within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by PhoebeusFenix Anyone know where i can find the anarchy motive knob? I tried forman performance or something, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoebeusFenix View Post
    Anyone know where i can find the anarchy motive knob? I tried forman performance or something, but got no answer.

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    I just emailed Derrick from Anarchy Motive directly and bought through Paypal. If you can't find his email I'll post it up later when I find it again.

    EDIT: Here is the email I used to get my shift knob from AM - derrick@anarchymotive.com
    Last edited by SomeGoalie; 03-23-2013 at 11:14 PM. Reason: Added email

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarmack View Post
    that is one of the coolest shift knobs i have seen!

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    That is nice. Would go well with a car that had color matched wheels. Or even color matching around the dash and door handles.. Me likey...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOshea View Post
    That is nice. Would go well with a car that had color matched wheels. Or even color matching around the dash and door handles.. Me likey...
    Welcome to WC Lathe Werks -- I Build Truly Unique Shift Knobs. Proudly Hand-Crafted in The USA! - WC Lathe Werks | Truly Unique Shift Knobs, Proudly Hand-Crafted in The USA! he does great work. I had my TI knob with two groves on the bottom and blue to purple fade
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    I have the delrin Cobb and really dig it (See the pic). I bought my 14 with the SPT short shifter installed by the dealer. Shifter is great but I found the lever a little too long. Just put in a Kartboy and find it to be the Perfect combination. Good Luck!
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    Might have to look into WC Lathe Werks myself; I ended up swapping my stocker for the 5-Speed STi. Nice weight to it.

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    I have a Blox 490 shift ball sitting on a Cobb Adj. STS.

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    Just installed the Cobb Knob last week, no others to compare it to but great feel and much lighter compared to stock but still with a hefty enough feel for me.

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    I'll add my knob to this party

    WC Lathe Werks - Titanium STi Sphere, blue to bronze fade - 5 grooves added, with matching Si dial cover. Most awesomeZZZ knob I have ever felt in my hand. (I also have the black aluminum Perrin reverse lockout).


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    Another vote for WC Lathe works. I have the standard stainless steel sphere. Great weight, fit and finish. Paid for the upgraded production time and it arrived very quickly. Paired with KB short shifter, upgraded front and rear bushings and TIC pivot bushings.

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    I've never liked the "big ball" shift knobs, for some reason. I prefer having something there that I can hook a finger on, and feel like there's a linkage between me and the shifter. Personal preference. I've had these Momo Combat knobs in both WRX's, and a similar one in my MR2T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    I've never liked the "big ball" shift knobs, for some reason. I prefer having something there that I can hook a finger on, and feel like there's a linkage between me and the shifter. Personal preference. I've had these Momo Combat knobs in both WRX's, and a similar one in my MR2T.
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    I felt the same way had a mono shadow but after getting my shift knob from lathe wekrs I can easily shift with a gentle finger grabbing the bottom. The only "problem" (and this has been covered before) is the hot and cold temps

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    Got my pearl white Anarchy Motive Weighted Spherical shift knob today (to go with my SWP sedan).

    This thing is 671 grams of awesomeness! Night and day compared to the stock shift knob. If you're still using the stock shift knob, do yourself a favor and get a weighted shift knob.






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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    This is the one I got and I'm happy with it. It matches my aftermarket Momo steering wheel, and it screws on to the shifter properly instead of digging into the sides with allen screws like most aftermarket knobs.

    I also have this same knob in my 09 WRX. I love it. I get compliments on it even from chicks!!!!


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