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    Shift knob

    What's your favorite aftermarket shift knob?

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    Using Acuity shift knob. Works well and stays cool in the summer. Be wary of the Spoon shift knob. I somehow messed up the threading on it and it became unusable. after that. It's cheap a$$ plastic.

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    Favorite shift knob I like is the Mugen CF knob with the red stripe going around it. But I love Acuity knob though.
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    CTR, by far. Still looking for another one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by modrid81 View Post
    CTR, by far. Still looking for another one.


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    I like my CTR knob but its for shows. I use a shift extender with a skunk2 weighted knob currently.
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    Got the Hybrid racing shiftknob in red. Matches the red seats very nicely.

    Use to have the weighted skunk2 knob, looked great, and the added weight was great, but I've read that really heavy shift knobs could ruin your shifter springs/bushings in the long run. Whether that's true or not, I got tired of the dull grey look.

    If I do plan on switching up and getting a new shiftknob it'll be either the CTR shiftknob or I'll go or go home and get something from TWM
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    I just swapped back to stock from a skunk2 "style" weighted. Weight is fine, just not a fan of the shape. I'll prob just snag a knockoff CTR from eBay and call it a day.


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    Ended up going with a knockoff Mugen. Looks pretty decent with the boot/seats.


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    I run the raceseng ashiko weighted shift knob in red. I love the weight and feel of this knob
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    Quote Originally Posted by modrid81 View Post
    Ended up going with a knockoff Mugen. Looks pretty decent with the boot/seats.


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    That looks pretty good, I don't know if I could justify a real one.
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