We couldn't find any results
- Use different keywords
- Double check your spelling
- Start with something less specific - you can refine your search results later
- Try changing some of your filters below:
Grimmspeed Stubby Delrin Shift Knob
Subaru Models (inc. 2002+ WRX / STI)
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct has a large menu of quality performance products brought to you by GrimmSpeed.
This is the GrimmSpeed Stubby Delrin Shift Knob. This is a great way to add modern looks and styling to the interior of your vehicle while providing the driver with a comfortable grip constructed from Delrin. This material is an extremely durable thermoplastic that remains comfortable throughout all seasons so it won't burn your hand in the summer and it will not freeze during winter driving months. The shape is a hybrid design that is comfortable in both overhand, and side grip shifting styles.
PEOPLE WHO VIEWED THIS ITEM ALSO VIEWED
REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
I love Delrin knobs because it gets VERY hot where I live and the stock metal/leather knob was often too hot to touch. Delrin stays fairly cool even under direct, intense sun (like the one in my other car- a convertible) The problem I have with this knob is that the bottom is 'open and hollow' so that when your hand wraps around it, your fingers fall into the hollow indentation which I just did not find comfortable. I even tried it with a shifter extension (thinking my fingers would not overhand gas much if know were higher and more in my palm) but this smallish knob still was not comfortable. I replaced it with a "lightbulb-shaped" knob from Cobb (essentially the same shape as the stock knob) and am significantly happier with the Cobb.
Be sure to read through the entire description. One would think a $9 difference from the stainless would mean it's still metal. NOPE. Just plastic. 100g of plastic compared to 600g of stainless steel and their charging $9 less. Crazy. One would also think they would classify it as plastic in the title. Because who the hell knows what 'Delrin' means?