I know DC sports makes an anodized blue shift that's looks pretty sweet. I suggest looking at modacar.com, they have alot of goodies and good pictures too.
ya that's what i heard on ********** in the itr forum (the one forum on the web you can actually trust).hc99si1 said:there was some thread in the prelude forum saying how the weight and design of the knob affects your gear changes, ie a larger, heavier nob will give you more momentum inyour shifts...
ive got an aluminium Spoon one, its a bit small though
Not at all.. Throw a heavy weight knob on your shifter and you'll see.. I miss my titanium colored ITR replica knob.. (I bought a gunmetal one b/c I stripped the threads on the titanium one, and it's not NEARLY as heavy)H22Coupe said:Your joking about the larger heavier knob thing right....
Yea, if anyone finds a short shifter that doesn't hit your exhaust let me know. I've always heard good about the Skunk2. I don't really know for sure though.jai si said:Yeah I'd get a short shifter except for the bad things I keep hearing about them. Maybe I'll get one for the hell of it and maybe everybody else will be wrong haha.
I've had a DC Sports short shifter on 2 Civics and neither have had problems with hitting the exhaust.White93Civic said:Yea, if anyone finds a short shifter that doesn't hit your exhaust let me know. I've always heard good about the Skunk2. I don't really know for sure though.
I'm also in the same boat.. Had it on my old EX, and it's now on my Si.. Don't listen to what people say.. if they don't have first hand experience, then it's all hear-say.. But anyway.. even if it DID hit your exhaust, it's such an easy fix that it doesn't even create a problem.. You just bend the heat shield a tiny bit, b/c chances are, that's what it's hitting against.. Anyway, go with a short shifter, you won't regret it..RageAgainstNate said:I've had a DC Sports short shifter on 2 Civics and neither have had problems with hitting the exhaust.
Hey that's a good one. Sounds pretty original! :laff:RageAgainstNate said:its called "thread jacking" his post was useless, but a more important topic was sprung from it.