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Old 06-10-2006, 03:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I got the Nardi personal leather....
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Old 06-10-2006, 05:50 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I used to use Junior's stock Nardi (M-Edition) shiftknob, but now rely on a plain black Voodoo I got for $25. It really is as good as they say
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Razo RA25 - 340 grams = butta smooth shift action!
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RS-Factory Stage "Jimmy" weighted shifter, e-brake, and thumb button

It a very close reproduction of the M2-1001 Cafe Roadster equipment. The Shift Knob is weighted real nice and makes the shift with the SSK much smoother.








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RX-8 Mazdaspeed shifter. I'm actually thinking about making my own in the machine shop (interning in an engineering lab).
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I'm using the NB factory Nardi wood knob in my 94 miata. It is weighted better than the earlier nardi wood knobs for the miata, and looks great, IMO.

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I was looking thru a Hyper Rev and came across the JDM Pivot knob on the LEFT in the attached. I remember my father telling me about "suicide knobs" for the steering wheel (for faster steering), but I think the Pivot knob is just a bit too mechanically retarded...

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Old 06-10-2006, 10:35 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I'm using the NB factory Nardi wood knob in my 94 miata. It is weighted better than the earlier nardi wood knobs for the miata, and looks great, IMO.

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I was looking thru a Hyper Rev and came across the JDM Pivot knob on the LEFT in the attached. I remember my father telling me about "suicide knobs" for the steering wheel (for faster steering), but I think the Pivot knob is just a bit too mechanically retarded...
re: the pivot knob. i think the mom on "little people- big world" has a similar setup on the shift knob as well as the pedals to allow her to reach them.
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Zoom Adelaide short type, in silver aluminum.



But for track use, Voodoo all the way


Heeeyyy Zoom has a new shift knob with a switch

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Heeeyyy Zoom has a new shift knob with a switch
that only works with the Nakamae type R ejector seat :wink:
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1. Had the Greddy shiftknob- nicely weighted, but a little too angular and not particularly comfortable. And too chromy for me.

2.Mazdaspeed carbon fiber shiftknob currently- nice shape and feel, but too light. There's hardly any weight there.

3. Mazdaspeed leather "dimples" shiftknob (on order)- nicely weighted and comfortable! I have an extra one that I scored earlier- but it has a odd looking base- I think it was meant for the Protege which needs a lip to retain the shift boot.
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Bubble shifter.
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stock. it does the job just fine.

if i ever find $50 on the street i'll get one of these
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stock. it does the job just fine.

if i ever find $50 on the street i'll get one of these
Have you ever tried a Voodoo? You can get them even cheaper than that occasionally.
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Knobmeister engraved Voodoo magnum... in black wrinkle.
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STOCK KNOB ALL THE WAY!!!

anyway, i want the ra23 though from razo...
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Having owned two MX5's so far I've only had one knob to handle beisdes the one I was born with .......... LOL , my choicce is the VooDoo Brushed , which after 5yrs is not so brushed anymore , its kinda woren and now looks polished instead of brushed .

When I sold my 92 the guy who bought it gave me the VooDoo back and when I got my 99 it was the first Mod I did ........... LOL !
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Mazdaspeed leather, and it's by far the best feeling shift knob I've had in any car.
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Old 06-12-2006, 06:25 PM   #27 (permalink)
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the nardi personal I got is a little too small....I'm looking into the nardi leather mazda offers (a little too expensive tho) or Sparco shift...any suggestions for a leather knob?
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a white nismo ball shift knob, with the nismo lettering facing away from me, of course.
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sparco ball, in brushed aluminum....
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