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    rsx type-s shift knob question.


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    ????

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    Sorry.. Don't know.. You should check out honda-tech.com.. GL

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    I had an old Momo shift knob on my car but I didnt like the fit. It was too tall and the boot would not sit correctly. Also it was difficult to tighten the allen screws. I decided to spend the money and get one from Lathe Werks

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    You'd have to check the thread pattern to know for sure.
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    Considering I'm 98% sure the thing is a universal shift knob, I would say yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cflip2x View Post
    I had an old Momo shift knob on my car but I didnt like the fit. It was too tall and the boot would not sit correctly. Also it was difficult to tighten the allen screws. I decided to spend the money and get one from Lathe Werks
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    Some Momo shift knobs that are universal don't use a thread instead they just slip over the shifter and then there are 3 Allen wrench screws with points on the end. I had to use a dremel to hollow out mine to fit on my firebird.
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    Thanks for the help everyone!

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