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This is a discussion on For Sale, STI 5M Duracon Shifter. within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; I've got a oem duracon knob for sale. I'd like 45 shipped....

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    For Sale, STI 5M Duracon Shifter.

    I've got a oem duracon knob for sale.

    I'd like 45 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRowe View Post
    I've got a oem duracon knob for sale.

    I'd like 45 shipped.

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    How does it feel as far as quality goes?

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    I think it's only 100 grams or so, so it's pretty lightweight. In the summer and for AX and track duty it feels really good, it doesn't heat up and is smaller than the OEM shifter. It's diameter is comparable to the Perrin skinny knob; it's good for motor sports and the material does not get hot or cold so no need to cover it in the summer or winter. However that lightweightness is why I didn't like it in MA, it felt like you had to put a lot of effort into engaging gears sometimes. Really nice for the track when you're being precise and deliberate, but if you're just lazy shifting during the commute you can sometimes feel like you're working harder.
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