WRC Shift Knob vs. Momo Carbon Fiber?
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This is a discussion on WRC Shift Knob vs. Momo Carbon Fiber? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Does anyone have a preference between the WRC shift knob and the Momo carbon fiber? My wedding anniversary is coming ...

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    Question WRC Shift Knob vs. Momo Carbon Fiber?

    Does anyone have a preference between the WRC shift knob and the Momo carbon fiber? My wedding anniversary is coming up and She Who Must Be Obeyed wants to buy me a shift knob. I'm trying to decide between the two. Both look cool so is there a "performance" difference?
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    Here you go. WRC knob is first, followed by the Momo (for some reason I can no longer post images here, they only show up as links . The WRC sells for $45 more than the Momo, but since it's a gift it doesn't matter to me

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    Hmmmm...

    Actually, I like the MOMO Race Air Leather.


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    Originally posted by AjDaMan
    Hmmmm...

    Actually, I like the MOMO Race Air Leather.
    Yeah I saw that one as well. There's another Momo similar to that but with the top half only being leather. I guess it's like the carbon fiber then, only leather

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    No problemo. You mean this one:

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    Originally posted by AjDaMan
    No problemo. You mean this one:
    Yep, that's the one. I like it as well but most places it sells less than the carbon fiber. And I still don't know why the WRC knob sells for $45 more than the others. Does it make for better shifting b/c of the feel, size, etc?
    Last edited by Ibizan; 05-14-2003 at 04:47 AM.
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    Some shift knobs are "weighted" to allow quicker shifts. The weight moves in the direction you move the knob. It is more of a personal preference for looks when it comes to these. I like the MOMO because it matches my steering wheel.

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    Okay, I've thrown one more into the fray
    http://www.snay.org/temp/knobs.htm
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    personaly i like this one my self...



    nice, sleek, and reminds me of the shift knob on the 911s

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