Photos -- Official Honda Civic Shift Knob Pics Thread --

Discussion in 'Short Shifters, Shift Knobs, & Bushings' started by TWM Performance, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. jaaku10

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    Nice
     
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  2. Daniel212

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  3. jaaku10

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    Sweeeeeet
     
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    Where does that cup holder come.from ?
     
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  7. Delro

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    It feels too light for me. I think i'll get a 180 grams shift knob. Either WC Lathewerks or spend on a mugen.
     
  8. Delro

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    anyone here with a Fd2 Type R shift knob?
     
  9. Michal006

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    Yeah I have the same shift knob from Spoon. At the first few weeks I thought it's going to break in my hand while changing gears.
     
  10. VNPP

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    Does anyone know the threading dimensioms for either an Si or an R18 or both? I have a casting class this semester and im planning on making a few shift knobs, but i need to know exactly what size to tap the bottom at
     
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    im pretty sure there the same as every honda going back to the 90s, i believe 10mmx1.5mm
     
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    ^that. 10x1.5 is correct
     
  13. VNPP

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    Thanks @ ethlar. Im hoping to make some stainless steel ones at least, and bronze if i can. They'll be nice and heavy!!
     
  14. momo

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    Delro, i have that same knob. best ever. perfect weight. it took some getting used to. but love it. would never change it
     
  15. Hella JDM

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    Yep I do. Among other knobs.
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  16. VNPP

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    So I practiced on some aluminum what I'm gonna make my shift knob like. The bronze i could get my hands on wasnt nicely shaped, so it probably will be a little smaller but here's the shape I'm going for, maybe with some rings around it as well. Threw my hand in there for scale haha
     

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  17. Michal006

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    That's too big.
     
  18. VNPP

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    Its 1.5" across at the top, do you think I should go with 1" or 1.25"? The bronze I have is only about 3/4ish the height
     
  19. Imhotep

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    This is a STOCK shifter? All you did was add the shift knob and it lowered THAT much???
     
  20. Luna13

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    Question: so i have a skunk 2 weighted shift knob but i cant get it turned the right way wtf am i doing wrong?
     

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