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

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

  1. bauer311
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    Rocking my nrg carbon shift knob. Picked this up from @ron v. Love it![​IMG]
     
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  2. ron v
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    ron v The Forum Idiot

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    I miss that thing. Seriously. I liked the height and it went well with my setup. Kinda regretting getting the acuity knob even though it’s a thing of beauty.
     
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  3. bauer311
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    I can tell you I love this shift knob too. I went back to the shift extender as well, I love the height while I'm cruising and have gotten used to the slightly longer feeling shifts.
     
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  4. Emilio

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    Guess I'm going to open an old thread but here's my setup Buddy Club short shifter, Circuithero extender and Karcepts shift knob, same setup as my last civic and love it, specially here in Arizona you NEED a derlin knob...
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  5. bootyluvr
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    Damn! Extender. Don't see them often.
     
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  6. bauer311
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    I had the extender on my 9th gen as well for a while. It was different but actually pretty ergonomic for me anyways. Shout out to @ron v.
     
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  7. Emilio

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    I love this setup man, been using it for a long time on different hondas I've owned.
     
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  8. JesseFB6

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  9. wpillera

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    Just picked up this Skunk2 weighted knob. Love it already!
     

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  10. sekngen

    sekngen Well-Known Member

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    Was running an all aluminum ball style, but decided to switch to this NRG knob.

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  11. ron v
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    ron v The Forum Idiot

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    u might of told me but do u still have this?
     
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  12. bauer311
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    I sure do. Can't use it on the crosstrek, but it's waiting for the right car to come to my garage, lol

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  13. ron v
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    ron v The Forum Idiot

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    I’ve looked and looked. I can’t find that style. Close to it but not exact. I’ll buy it back whenever ur ready to give it up. U can charge me more lol.
     
  14. JesseFB6

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    the smaller size will take some getting used to but the feel of the extra weight is dope

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