6 speed shift knobs?

Old 10-11-2011, 05:15 PM
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6 speed shift *****?

Anyone know where I can shop online to view a decent selection of ***** for the S2000? I know the thread pitch... But it seems any nice looking and inexpensive **** I find is a 5 speed. Damnit.
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Go here. http://www.ricks2k.com/products/shiftknob.php enough said. best money Ive spent in a while.
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I have a CR shift ****. I love it.
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Old 10-11-2011, 10:12 PM
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Go here. http://www.ricks2k.com/products/shiftknob.php enough said. best money Ive spent in a while.
For 45 bucks for the textured black it seems worth it.... But that's still a buttload of cash for a piece of metal. does it really shift nice and does it fill up your hand more than the oem ****? I don't want it to be too large cuz i like to shift with 2 fingers on the bottom, 1 on top and 2 on the side...
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Old 10-11-2011, 10:24 PM
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The CR shift **** is basically the same as those shift ***** posted above. It's an aluminum ball. It looks good, its light and it fits your hand better. You can still hold it the way you do now, but it just feels smoother and better in my opinion. It's not going to make the car shift any better, it's just the shift ****. But it may the lower the shift **** height which I guess could lower the amount of distance required to shift making shifting quicker and easier. But I doubt it'd be noticeable.
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If you like metal ***** there are a lot of choices. If you don't you are hosed. I sure couldn't find what I wanted. I wanted the shift **** with the shift pattern on top(looks more finished) and I didn't want metal(don't like the feel). I looked and looked but couldn't find a **** that fit the bill. So I took a Subaru Sti leather ****, which has the same shift pattern as the S2000, and customized it to fit my car. It was a pain but worth it to get a shift **** that I wanted. As much as you touch the darn thing you should like it!

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Old 10-11-2011, 10:36 PM
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Thanks guys, mucho appreciado and stuff
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As much as you touch the darn thing you should like it!
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Hahaha, I figured I was setting myself up for that one!
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Hahaha, I figured I was setting myself up for that one!
It's all good Ryan.
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Originally Posted by 9524tee View Post
For 45 bucks for the textured black it seems worth it.... But that's still a buttload of cash for a piece of metal. does it really shift nice and does it fill up your hand more than the oem ****? I don't want it to be too large cuz i like to shift with 2 fingers on the bottom, 1 on top and 2 on the side...

Reasons why Im happy with the Ricks.... It is definitely noticable the difference in the shift throw. It is threaded for the S so no messing around with allen wrenches and not being secure. It has a good solid feel. I cant stress enough how awesome it is to have a real threaded **** as opposed to having a pos aftermarket get all loose. All around a good solid albeit pricey option. I think its worth it. Ive got the spun alumnium one with the pattern engraved in it. I love it so much i got the six speed pattern tattooed on my inside wrist
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I love my ****. (Go ahead, make a joke)
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I love my ****. (Go ahead, make a joke)
How's your wife like it?
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She loves it too.
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That's all that counts!
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This will thread right on, correct? http://www.advancespeedshop.com/blox...b-p-14210.html I like this style better...
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This will thread right on, correct? http://www.advancespeedshop.com/blox...b-p-14210.html I like this style better...
Sorry we got a little side tracked but yes it should!
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for CTR ****
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Try Bloc racing shift *****. I have a Suzuka Blue S and I picked up a "Torch Blue" ****. Smooth and goes with the blue interior. I've heard some people say "Look at the ****." I think it was around $50. You will like it.


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Moddiction sells THE best shift ***** PERIOD! i have the brushed stainless steel countersunk one that he has, sits lower than the voodoo shift *****, and it weighs over 1LB. you will not regret buying one from him, and the service he provides is exceptional!

hes got a selection of different kind of shift *****.
https://moddiction.com/
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^^^^^^

If I were in the market for an aftermarket **** I would go this route.
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Old 01-22-2012, 05:45 AM
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get a new original one (2005-2009), far better than all
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Old 02-02-2012, 12:47 PM
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I always liked the stock one.
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I went with a weighed carbon.f from ebay cheap,nice and perfect weight and fit.
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but my fav mini mod so far is my bullet antenna
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but my fav mini mod so far is my bullet antenna
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[email protected]%m, that thing looks like it should come with launch codes.
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but my fav mini mod so far is my bullet antenna
[email protected]%m, that thing looks like it should come with launch codes.[/QUOTE]
Or a set of these:
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Ha,ha! A little cold war memorabilia.
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I always liked the stock one.
My ap1 **** felt too much like a firm Roma tomato in my hand.
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oem is best. looks nice and the next owner might not go for the skullhead shifter.
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X2 on the skunk ****! like $65 off ebay iirc. i just use my 5spd skunk2 from my old civic lol. love the weight n smooth shifts. Side note: kinda sucks cruising on the hwy tho as i cant put it into 6th . i suggest getting the skunk2 6spd **** so you have 6th availiable.

















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burn ti by moddiction
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Put the CR interior in my Rio 2008. I really like the CR shift ****. I also did a custom e-brake handle, elbow pad and door handles.







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Nice frogman, did JPM do your interior by any chance?
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JPM did my elbow pad, e-brake cover and door handles. I had a local shop exchange the seat covers, the Honda dealer did the steering wheel exchange and I did the door panels and console.


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+1 on moddictions, I know him personally and he let me test out one of his shift ***** when he first started making them. Half a mile down the road I had to change back to mine just to see, I was amazed how much the weight made shifting smoother. Needless to say I bought one soon after.
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but my fav mini mod so far is my bullet antenna




details on a how to ? really like
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Amazon!

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