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09-21-2016 06:42 PM
Originally Posted by Twenty View Post
Looks good! I went with a Blox as well.

Did you have to buy the reverse lockout adapter for it or mechanically speaking was it not necessary?
09-20-2016 07:29 PM
Focused4Rally New to the forum and new to Focuses. I was wondering for those that have gone the Blox 490 route did you also purchase the reverse lockout lever adapter to go with it? Is it mechanically necessary? Also, has anyone worked with any of the billetworkz shifters knobs? Looking for a heavier shifter as it will take time for me to go the short shifter route.
08-18-2015 05:09 PM
ChalupaJones If you can reinstall everything with it superglued I don't see it being a problem
08-18-2015 05:06 PM
ChalupaJones No idea but I've still got my stock shifter knob if worse comes to worse. I can sell it to you cheap and won't bust your balls on shipping :P. Super glue will definitely keep it from moving though.
08-18-2015 01:34 PM
Originally Posted by ChalupaJones View Post
Lol I hear you there.
Next order of business is the shift knob. It's been rattling whenever I go between gears and it's not hard to figure out that it's the silver trim at the bottom. Do you know if all I need to do is superglue that piece that's sticking out?

08-17-2015 03:35 PM
ChalupaJones Lol I hear you there.
08-17-2015 03:33 PM
Originally Posted by ChalupaJones View Post
Heh, I'm in Canada. The lowest I found brand new here was $66.53CAD so $50.84USD. I'm still debating whether or not my OCD is going to kill me if I use my old chipped trim.
08-17-2015 03:30 PM

08-17-2015 10:49 AM
Originally Posted by ChalupaJones View Post
Lol! That stupid sync badge. Smh. I'll take the one off my wife's focus and send it to whoever wants it for the cost of shipping.
I got quoted for $78 from the dealer for the shifter trim up here in Canada. This is for the all black one without the Sync badge. I'm gonna do some more calling and see if I can find a better price at a junkyard or another dealer.
08-16-2015 04:14 PM
Originally Posted by Eyeflyistheeye View Post
Well, I found a NOS Momo Super Anatomico shift knob on eBay from 1997 and paid $26 including shipping. While it's longer than usual (that's what she said), I like the old-school looks that wouldn't be out of place in a 993, which I think it was designed for.

I like that look!
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