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Old 01-30-2002   #1
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for all us automatic guys....can we change our shift ****? i dont like mine n e more maybe something chrome? i dunno lemme know
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yup u can change it...im getting mine the push down one...and im going to do a custom shift boot...so people think i got a stick when they look in it...
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how do you do the shift boot on an automatic? i want to know, that would be cute
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i bought the honda shift boot and installed a razo at sport shifter. you have to take apart the centre console and take off the old bezel then install the boot. looks really good and its pretty easy, but it takes a while. i change the ebrake too.....looks really good.
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can i get n e kind of **** for the shifter? and how did u change the e-brake? id like to see pix if u got......
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For an automatic, my shifter looks pretty cool. It's the same as yours except it's wrapped in leather and surrounded by chrome. It's the minor difference that makes it look more classy than a stock Civic shifter.

I don't really like the idea of a "fake manual", but I heard about somebody doing a really cool auto shifter. He installed a third pedal (where the clutch normally goes) and shifter without a button/release. How does he shift? Push down on the shift-pedal then shift. Use the pedal like you would use the auto shift release button. Now, that's pretty cool.
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that's a lot of modding
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