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    Just got my new shifter knob!!!

    So I got my new WC lathe werks hybrid piston knob for my 2011 WRX today!! Its awsome it feels sooo nice... I do have big hands so it felt a bit small at first but I went for a nice drive and by the time I got back it already felt like I got used to it... It looks really nice too I got the black copolymer with the satin bead blasted stainlesss steel and red shift pattern, it fits with the stock interior soo well.

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    Hey, that's the exact same one I want to get,$135 ,right? Looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx View Post
    Hey, that's the exact same one I want to get,$135 ,right? Looks great.
    Yea thats the one.. it was a little more than that with the other options( satin bead blast, red shift pattern, knurled grip).. and thanks I love it.

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    Nice!

    I had LW do a custom sized knob for me a while back. They are great to deal with.

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    looks nice.

    might have to do something like that if i ever get tired of my momo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2011REDREX View Post
    So I got my new WC lathe werks hybrid piston knob for my 2011 WRX today!! Its awsome it feels sooo nice... I do have big hands so it felt a bit small at first but I went for a nice drive and by the time I got back it already felt like I got used to it... It looks really nice too I got the black copolymer with the satin bead blasted stainlesss steel and red shift pattern, it fits with the stock interior soo well.

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    Nice knob bro! hahaha sorry, that may have been a little inappropriate :P

    Gotta ask you tho, because I plan on ordering a custom Titanium piston, whats the weight difference lime between your hybrid one and the stock shifter?? Just wondering because the Titanium is very similiar in weight to your hybrid, and if its not that big a difference ill just get the SS one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Maher_WRX View Post
    Nice knob bro! hahaha sorry, that may have been a little inappropriate :P

    Gotta ask you tho, because I plan on ordering a custom Titanium piston, whats the weight difference lime between your hybrid one and the stock shifter?? Just wondering because the Titanium is very similiar in weight to your hybrid, and if its not that big a difference ill just get the SS one.

    Thanks man
    Haha thanks man... Idk the exact weight and can't find where I put the stock knob now to feel the difference butI dont think itI was much of a differnece at all

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    Looks nice, grats.
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    How does the knob come off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blakekawalec View Post
    How does the knob come off?
    All you do is twist it off.. you can pull the leather boot down off the lip and it'll go a little easier

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    okay good... that was kind of a dumb question just wanted to make sure that there was't a bolt holding it on. Is it lefty loosy righty tighty I assume?

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