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    Stock OEM Shift Knob compilation.

    All OEM and able to be ordered from local Honda dealerships.
    Prices are estimated online pricing and may vary from site to site.
    5 speed and 6 speed Manual Transmissions:

    KNOB, SHIFT (5MT) (ALUMINUM) [Phantom HFP KNOB EP3]
    (08U92-S6M-200A) $36.18




    KNOB, SHIFT (6MT) (ALUMINUM) [RSX/DC5 A-Spec]
    (08U92-S6M-200B) $34.98



    KNOB, SHIFT (6MT) (TITANIUM)
    - Honda S2K - (08U92-S2A-100) $115.78



    SHIFT KNOB, MUGEN Si (6MT)
    (54102-XVJ-000) $176.70



    SHIFT KNOB, Mugen (5MT)
    (54102-XTK-000) $97.25



    MUGEN Black CRZ 6-speed shift knob (54102-XMA-000) $149.00



    S2000 Club Racer edition KNOB, CHANGE LEVER - Honda (54102-S2A-C00) $63.30


    2007-2013 Honda Fit Shift Knob, Change Lever - Honda (54102-SLN-013) $44.70



    And of course our stock leather knob, my fave...
    KNOB, CHANGE LEVER (5MT)
    *NH1L* (DIMPLE/LEATHER) (BLACK) - EP3
    (54102-S5T-A01ZA) $155.94

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    Jesus. I had no idea the oem knob cost more than the titanium knob.
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    oh yeah, damn expensive stock ep3 knob. I'm very happy with the one I have.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bedsazUR7xU

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    *EDIT S2000 Club Racer edition KNOB, CHANGE LEVER - Honda (54102-S2A-C00) $63.30
    http://www.afhparts.com/oe-honda/54102s2ac00



    MUGEN Black CRZ 6-speed shift knob (54102-XMA-000) $149.00

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    Wow. I know the knob is important for good shifter feel but i went to a pick and pull and grabbed a stock em2 knob for $4 and it great. Way better than what ever crap knob the PO had in there that was stripped out and just spun lol. I can't imagine paying that much for something so small. If i wanted something special looking id have my buddy machine me up something and then thread it. Nice info though
    Last edited by Tnhatch03; 05-31-2009 at 11:19 AM.

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    I wish I could find the part # for that black collar piece, I bought a Type R boot and a 5 spd bronze tint aluminum knob from ICB Motorsport...it looks great but I know it's missing the piece for it to stay flush and not move around when shifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n8finn View Post
    I wish I could find the part # for that black collar piece, I bought a Type R boot and a 5 spd bronze tint aluminum knob from ICB Motorsport...it looks great but I know it's missing the piece for it to stay flush and not move around when shifting.
    I don't think it's sold separately and has no specific part number.
    It's included with the: KNOB, SHIFT (5MT) (ALUMINUM) [Phantom HFP KNOB EP3]
    (08U92-S6M-200A)



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    I was also thinking to get this as a back up...
    The Fit shift knob 54102-SLN-013

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    I like the dc5r one. Its only $60 shipped form club rsx

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    So I got the Fit shift knob and I really like the way it looks with the JDM shift boot.
    It feels very solid too, overall a great OEM shift knob

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    I like the Mugen shift knobs. They are very sporty looking.

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