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Old 06-15-2006, 01:27 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Another with polished Voodoo, since 2000, so it now has a nice patina. Over the years, I've had Momo Sport, Razo ball, factory leather Nardi and stock. They've all ended up in the proverbial bin. Can't go wrong with the Voodoo. As a paint manufacturer say, it does exactly what it says on the ti..
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Old 06-15-2006, 01:57 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Roadsternut, do you still have the factory Nardi leather? If u do I want to take it off your hands...pm me por favor thanks
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Nope, tossed it years ago.
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Sheesh Boily - no love for all the long work I put into your gauge cluster. No more JDM for you!
Hey Peter , well I was only tryin to get your attention ya know , I thought maybe you had forgotten who I is , and yes you did a great job with my gauges , well the second time around , nah they still look great if not for the fact I had to change the MPH gauage face to pass inspection .


Oh and yes you have a very nice car and its snot gay at all and yes you did a great job , I still lover that cam cover you have , next time down that way I just may steal it , you know I am from jersey and we know how to do that kinda stuff ...... LOL !
Of course I know! And I appreciate you getting in touch with your feminine side these days
Tank gawd I was thinkin you had forgetten Da Bman and when on my side I always love to touch a feminine , you know any that are single ?
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Sheesh Boily - no love for all the long work I put into your gauge cluster. No more JDM for you!
Hey Peter , well I was only tryin to get your attention ya know , I thought maybe you had forgotten who I is , and yes you did a great job with my gauges , well the second time around , nah they still look great if not for the fact I had to change the MPH gauage face to pass inspection .


Oh and yes you have a very nice car and its snot gay at all and yes you did a great job , I still lover that cam cover you have , next time down that way I just may steal it , you know I am from jersey and we know how to do that kinda stuff ...... LOL !
Of course I know! And I appreciate you getting in touch with your feminine side these days
Tank gawd I was thinkin you had forgetten Da Bman and when on my side I always love to touch a feminine , you know any that are single ?
Actually yes - you want Cuban or Hispanic? I have an in with the Cuban's these days.
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Old 06-25-2006, 10:52 AM   #66 (permalink)
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Sheesh Boily - no love for all the long work I put into your gauge cluster. No more JDM for you!
Hey Peter , well I was only tryin to get your attention ya know , I thought maybe you had forgotten who I is , and yes you did a great job with my gauges , well the second time around , nah they still look great if not for the fact I had to change the MPH gauage face to pass inspection .


Oh and yes you have a very nice car and its snot gay at all and yes you did a great job , I still lover that cam cover you have , next time down that way I just may steal it , you know I am from jersey and we know how to do that kinda stuff ...... LOL !
Of course I know! And I appreciate you getting in touch with your feminine side these days
Tank gawd I was thinkin you had forgetten Da Bman and when on my side I always love to touch a feminine , you know any that are single ?
Actually yes - you want Cuban or Hispanic? I have an in with the Cuban's these days.
Come down to Miami. There are plenty hot lookng latin women here, you pervert
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Old 06-25-2006, 11:46 AM   #67 (permalink)
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Custom turned wooden knob
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Old 06-25-2006, 12:13 PM   #68 (permalink)
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Razo RA66A in black chrome

400 grams ftw.
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I got a "Carbon Fiber" from Moss(MiataMania). It doesn't get buring hot, taller than stock, and is easy to clean.


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Sola luna. Nice knob. But likes to fry your hand in hot desert climates.

Nothing an Oakley sunglass bag can't solve. Plus....it also polishes the knob quite well. :wink:
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Old 07-10-2006, 04:50 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Just copped this:

http://www.finishlineperformance.com...n&key=MIAI1041

shifting is more fun now than ever!
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Just copped this
Yowza! That's a hefty price tag. Is it weighted?
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Old 07-10-2006, 06:03 PM   #73 (permalink)
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freedomgli,

Yessir it is weighted!

I didn't pay MSRP I copped it off a dude who took it off for a knobmeister. He claims brand new but it looks 95%. Who cares tho, the price was great!
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Old 07-10-2006, 06:49 PM   #74 (permalink)
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For some reason, lately I've had an urge for a white knob. I just ordered this from Japan:

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Old 07-10-2006, 07:55 PM   #75 (permalink)
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After seeing Bryan's white Nismo knob, I can understand why.
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Old 07-11-2006, 08:23 PM   #76 (permalink)
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sparco globe x,leather..have had 3,very sweet.
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Old 07-11-2006, 08:56 PM   #77 (permalink)
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anyone ever thought of having a custom shift knob made up? any ideas for something custom and/or crazy looking for a shift knob?

i love custom one-off stuff so this type of project is right up my alley.

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Does anyone here know about the quality of Moss's polished knobs? I'm looking into the pistol grip one for my R2 Limited/M2-1001 interior (work in progress, pics will be posted when all is done) since the Voodoo Pistol Grip is too skinny.
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Does anyone here know about the quality of Moss's polished knobs?
It doesn't matter since you are going to install the RS Factory Stage shift knob.
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Does anyone here know about the quality of Moss's polished knobs?
It doesn't matter since you are going to install the RS Factory Stage shift knob.
Huh?
I am?
Glad you know this and I don't...lol
Elaborate for me please.
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Old 07-14-2006, 05:00 AM   #81 (permalink)
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http://www.shopresponse.com/nismo_re...knob_black.jpg

nismo resin looks like a squishy stress reliever ball.

anyone ever think of that? maybe hard on the inside, soft on the outside? to cushion the shifting?
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I got a "Carbon Fiber" from Moss(MiataMania). It doesn't get buring hot, taller than stock, and is easy to clean.


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dang I dont know if I could deal with a knob that tall. I know I was kinda irritated when my new knob sat maybe a centimeter higher. I just kept taking it on and off until it sat a little lower (plastic inner sleeve)
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Does anyone here know about the quality of Moss's polished knobs?
It doesn't matter since you are going to install the RS Factory Stage shift knob.
Huh?
I am?
Glad you know this and I don't...lol
Elaborate for me please.

I think he is trying to brainwash you.
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I think he is trying to brainwash you.
I'm ok with that as long as it isn't too expensive...lol

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it's going to hatch
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i also am using a nismo GT knob on my shift extender right now.



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I had the Nismo GT in my 240sx, and a Nismo leather one before it. If it didn't have a logo, I would still love that knob.
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Old 07-24-2006, 11:24 PM   #89 (permalink)
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Are the NISMO knobs made of delrin? I was thinking about getting the Greddy delrin LW knob but have held off so far because i am worried about how the lighter weight will affect shift feel. Anybody have feedback with lightweight knobs?
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Nah, Nismo GT knobs are llike a weird rubber like material. But not a cheap feel. Its strange.

Atfirst it feel like plastic then after it breaks in you can squeez it in a big... Really cool and comfortable.
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