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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; Originally Posted by radbitt How about an Anarchy Motive knob? No lame engravings of the company's name. Weighs 3x as ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by radbitt View Post
    How about an Anarchy Motive knob? No lame engravings of the company's name. Weighs 3x as much as stock. Good finish and quality. Made with the lip to hold on the shift boot. Best part, it's cheap!






    I like! Looks a lot like the Sparco I had on my old Tibby. I like the simplistic look. What STS is that?
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    More than happy with my Anarchy Motive as well:



    Pic was taken with the stock WRX shifter pre-Kartboy SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGoalie View Post
    More than happy with my Anarchy Motive as well:



    Pic was taken with the stock WRX shifter pre-Kartboy SS.
    Your knob arouses me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zitro View Post
    Your knob arouses me.
    Yeah, I hear that all the time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx View Post
    At least shift knob isn't too short.

    the shift knob IS short. the lever, however is not.

    n00b.
    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    hahaha t0ny, instead of replying to your post, i edited it.

    derp derp derp derp. who's the n00b now? /facepalm. i'm going to leave it there for posterity.
    Haha, I guess you could say the lever was a tad long, it was just something temporary until I got what I was really going for. Again, more amazing work by Chris at WC Lathe Werks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tesla317 View Post
    Does the flossy have an attachment for the factory boot?? I like the engraving option and the textured surface
    Yes, it's an extra cost but worth it IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zitro View Post
    I like! Looks a lot like the Sparco I had on my old Tibby. I like the simplistic look. What STS is that?
    Kartboy.

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