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This is a discussion on Any Cool Shift Knobs? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by T0rque My wallet wants to deny me the 0 one on page 3.... I put the smack ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by T0rque View Post
    My wallet wants to deny me the $130 one on page 3.... I put the smack down on my wallet and ordered 4
    Can you put up a pic when you get it? I am looking for a WC Lathewerks knob and I was curious how that style/color would look. I would greatly appreciate it!
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    I ended up purchasing the M1 Abrams from TWM Performance. It was a little pricey, but it is great quality.


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    I also picked up a TWM Performance knob, the A6 Leopard in gunmetal to be exact, and this thing is literally a piece of art. In fact I had an M1 Abrams in my Si before, I've been sold on TWM knobs for life! lol

    Highly recommend their knobs, some people think they are expensive but you get what you pay for and TWM knobs are top notch.

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    +1 for both WC Lathewerks and TWM.

    Recently I have REALLY been wanting to replace my MoMo knob with this one:
    PHANTOM Shift Knob | TWM Performance Shift Knobs
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    I actually saw on IWSTI that they're having a GB on that particular knob i'll try and find the link for you..

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    Sweet, thanks!
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    Thanks bud! Now I just gotta see if my finances will let me do this lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xFalleNx View Post
    Thanks bud! Now I just gotta see if my finances will let me do this lol.
    Haha I know what you mean!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xFalleNx View Post
    +1 for both WC Lathewerks and TWM.

    Recently I have REALLY been wanting to replace my MoMo knob with this one:
    PHANTOM Shift Knob | TWM Performance Shift Knobs
    I was looking at that shift knob as well. It's really nice.

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    The TWM site doesn't show the Abrams on an STI... I am stuck between the WC (STI sphere) and TWM (Abrams) knobs.

    Does the Abrams work well with the STI reverse lock ring?

    Are they both great? If so, the WC is substantially cheaper. I have never bought one before so I don't know why it is so important how heavy the thing is.
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    There is a group buy by TWM performance over on NASIOC for the Phantom Hybrid knob.Looks just like the Abrams plus it is a hybrid.GROUP BUY on the ULTIMATE Shift Knob for your Ride! - NASIOC

    Edit** My bad.That GB is closed.
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    I purchased this one from WC Lathewerks for $120.

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    I have the same knob and agree with Vroom ... worth every penny

    Quote Originally Posted by VroomVroom View Post
    I ended up purchasing the M1 Abrams from TWM Performance. It was a little pricey, but it is great quality.


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