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....and if so, any pictures? The Acura burlwood knob is fine, but perhaps a bit understated....at least compared to the Momo product line.
 

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I have the Greddy/Trust Thrust Shift knob on right now
 

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Acura Type-S

I have a spare new Acura 2003 TL Type-S shiftnob from Acura if anyone is interested. I have one installed on mine and it looks and feels great. $40 shipped, just email me at [email protected]
 

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Acura 2003 TL Type S Shift Knob

 

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2002 Acura MDX! said:
Will it be funny if you place the Type-S shift knob in a non Type-S model car??
The word for it is "rice".
 

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Rice?

Why rice? I've seen that before and don't get it.
 

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ricer stuff...
 

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Laughin My Ass Off...

....but esteemed MDXers...is it time to revisit the point? That is, anyone tried shift knobs other than Acura? So far got one...my specific interest is in the Momo product line, which I've used before and who make a high guality product...thx.
 

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Re: Laughin My Ass Off...

stumpie said:
....but esteemed MDXers...is it time to revisit the point? That is, anyone tried shift knobs other than Acura? So far got one...my specific interest is in the Momo product line, which I've used before and whom make a high guality product...thx.
Sorry to get off the topic. I plan on trying shifters at a local speed shop and then buying online. The issue will be how far the shifter is threaded to cover the threads on the acura stick. There are a lot of replacement opportunities because Acura doesn't include a "shift-lock" button on the stick. You could even use a manual-style knob I would think.
 

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Side track

That was a pleasant side track. I learned a lot about rice, you guys learned I'll totally uncool.

Sorry for the diversion, now back to those knobs.... :bonk:
 
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