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Old 12-12-10, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default Weighted shift ***** and thread size??

Looking for a weighted shift ****, any ideas ?what is the thread size for the sc300 ,
I searched . Thanks,
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personal fav are the twm weighted *****: http://www.twmshiftknobs.com/

I have their 500g one
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thread pitch, 12x1.25. I rock a greddy counterweight in my tC, about 380g and blox in my sc, about 440g, and sometimes, a 150mm bubble **** lol. the blox is my fave for the sc
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personal fav are the twm weighted *****: http://www.twmshiftknobs.com/

I have their 500g one
I like the weighted type R but it fit is300 only ,, which one fits the sc's ??
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^^^ Bought the **** used; gave to my bro and he bought one of these..

http://www.twmshiftknobs.com/shiftknobs/knobinsert.html

I forgot which car he selected tho...
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http://www.sweetknobs.com/
And check out the Tungsten alloy

SC300 manual should be the same as the Supra 12mm x 1.25
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+2 for the greddy shifter....I have used them on a couple of cars....
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damn, the tungsten alloy is 1kg!
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made this myself its about 450g in weight thread i think... it was 12mmx1.25 but dont quote me on that



not using it though i made another one that i had ceramic color coated


let me know if your interested its just sitting in my drawer only used it for the ride home from work lol
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What's the point of having a shift **** of known weight? Can you actually feel a difference while shifting? I've just never heard of the concept before.
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let me know if your interested its just sitting in my drawer only used it for the ride home from work lol
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What's the point of having a shift **** of known weight? Can you actually feel a difference while shifting? I've just never heard of the concept before.
the increase in weight creates more momentum, so shifts become smoother and more effortless
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35$ shipped?
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so 12x1.25 is the correct thread size? I saw another thread on here where everyone said it was 10x1.25.... but seems like more people are saying 12x1.25.. think i might just go with that...
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PBM shiftknob ftw
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i like the supra 6 speed one

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