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    Scion FRS T1R Billet Titanium Shift Knob Test

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    Reminds me of the shift knob that came on my 03 Mr2 6 speed sequential. I ended up with a polished wood knob on the spyder and considered doing this on the FR-S but for now I like the red stitched stock knob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corybud3325 View Post
    Reminds me of the shift knob that came on my 03 Mr2 6 speed sequential. I ended up with a polished wood knob on the spyder and considered doing this on the FR-S but for now I like the red stitched stock knob.
    Agree! I like what ever I do to my cars to flow and not look out of place. The T1R shift knob does look a bit out of place sitting their among all the black fabric and red stitching. I'd rather keep the OEM shift knob, it doesn't look bad at all. If i was to get another shift knob, it would be something that maintains an OEM appearance or flows well with the interior.

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    On the MR2 it looked like this long thin rod with a ball on top. The wood shift knob covered up most of the rod so it looked like an early 70's mgb shifter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corybud3325 View Post
    On the MR2 it looked like this long thin rod with a ball on top. The wood shift knob covered up most of the rod so it looked like an early 70's mgb shifter.
    On a MR2, an early 70's mgb style shifter would look good, never seen it, any pictures? As much as I like that look and would like to add on the FR-S, it just won't look right at all. Maybe if done right with the right mixture of interior parts and accessories.

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    If i were to get a wood shift knob i would consider getting a wooden nardi wheel as well.
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