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    I see.

    Will an STi shift knob fit on a WRX?

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    yes

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    Do you know where to find an STi/replica shift knob?

    Or maybe a replica of this one?
    http://www.subydude.com/parts/details.php?7171139

    Any pictures of a WRX with any of those knobs?

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    You can find plenty of the replica sti knobs for sale on nasioc. I have never seen that other knob before.

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    dont get a stock RSX shift knob. i quickly changed to the OEM Aluminum Shiftknob from acura. (which is a 5spd engraving). a much better SK. better grip (tho it gets mad hot in the summer, and really cold in winter). down shifting from 3rd to 2nd used to be odd, now its very easy w/ the new SK.

    id say get a counter sunk (counter weighted) Voodoo or GReddy shift knob.
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    Voodoo?

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    Oh I see. They make stuff specifically for S2ks. Nice lookin knobs.

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    yea it was originally made for the Miata, but S2000 owners have started to use them since they are so good for AutoX. im sure u read the page, the shiftknobs are heavier, and it makes the distance from base of the shifter to the top of the knob much shorter (cause it screws nearly all the way in) so it makes shifting easier and more precise.

    GReddy makes one as well...
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    ever think about the kartboy knuckle ball shift know, i have it now and i love it

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