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COBB Tuning Delrin Shift Knob White/Red 6MT
Subaru 6MT Models (inc. 2004+ STI / 2015+ WRX)
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct also carries a great selection of interior upgrades brought to you by COBB Tuning.
Here, you are looking at the COBB Tuning Delrin Shift Knob. This knob is made using Derin materials that won't burn your hand during those hot summer days and won't freeze during the cold winter months. It has been designed with a round shape to provide the driver with an excellent grip to improve the overall shifter feel.
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it feel like stock not much difference rather stick with stock the feel and size is like the sti shift knob .
What makes a shift knob good? This depends on whom you ask. I was enjoying a local car meet where everyone had their newly-bathed cars out on display to show off perhaps, the fruits of their labor. I was admiring my own car. Especially after I just purchased the new Cobb Delrin knob in the white finish, and it had the red ring at the base. As I took the time to critique other cars, I could hear snickering. Those snickers later turned into laughs others were trying to conceal. Paranoid I got, I went back to my car where I heard snide remarks about size, and what not. I soon realized that these people where laughing at my car. One by one, people would peer into my interior and woulr burst into laughter. Surely I was confused. What was wrong with my shift knob? What was wrong with my car you ask? I had the suspension slammed to the rails, I even took the time to sticker bomb my front lip as I added the neon zip ties to hold it on just like the others. But all I could head is look at that tiny shift knob! In my defense I yelled it's not the size of the hammer, but it's the nail! Still confused with all these people. But then I took a moment and looked around. Most everyone had flat brim hats. Idetified themselves as ratchet, and communicated in acronyms such as yolo, and used words like bro, for every other word. So I started looking in their cars and was shocked in horror when I saw their shift knobs. Let's just say that they were about a foot long, they were transparent, and resembled something that you could only purchase at one of those special novelty shops. Remember on those old Police Academy movies then they walked into the wrong bar? I just realized that I was at the wrong car meet.