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Shutt - Racing Shift Knob

Top performance race inspired design. All aluminum 47mm spherical shape and texture projected to enable optimal grip with great look and style.



Password:JDM - Balanced Shift Knob

Ergonomically designed and optimally balanced to 6.1oz, the PasswordJDM found 6.1oz to be the magic number for a shift knob on a FWD car. At 6.1oz, the PWJDM Balanced Shift Knob perfectly pairs with the shifter rod length of any B, D, H or K series. It’s so well designed, that you can feel it while you’re driving. Threaded to a metric 10x1.5, this shift knob will fit many other vehicles besides Hondas.



Buddy Club Racing Spec Shift Knobs

All Buddy Club racing spec shift knobs are designed by Buddy Club’s No.1 race driver and feature a top area made of super nylon for good grip and heat resistance. The bottom section is constructed of T6 aluminum for precision and strength. Buddy Club drivers use them across the globe to win races.



OBX Racing - Carbon Series

Need to give your shifter some tuner tech flair for gettin’ your shift on? With a carbon fiber sleeve sandwiched between two anodized billet aluminum pieces, the OBX shift knob has racer attitude built right into it. Wrap your fingers around the sleek, performance inspired design of the OBX shift knob and you’ll be ready for some ninja-quick shifting action! Cool and functional, the carbon fiber and anodized aluminum shift knob will give your Vehicle’s interior the perfect, race-infused finishing touch.


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