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Old 02-08-2002
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Which shift **** is this?

I found this pic off of here posted by someone, and I tried relocating the thread but I can't find it.

Anyways, help me out because I really want this ****. I tried searching the internet but couldn't find it.
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that looks like a jdm ctr shift **** remake, everyone seems to have one these days, it just looks like it's hooked up with indiglo, or maybe the guy just customized it with indiglo paint, if there is such a thing, you can buy the **** at speedpeople.com, i don't know about the indiglo part though......
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Here's the thread for that ****:

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They sell them on ebay under "Civic Type R indiglo shift ****"
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Thanks a lot you guys.


EDIT: I see they only have it in silver on eBay... damn... black would do fine unless I change the skirt to silver, but damn... finding a matching silver skirt would be difficult... it looks like I could either get it for this great deal in silver, or get the one I want for twice the price from whoever makes them... I think I really want it in black. I just really don't have much of a care for the silver in my car, especially since the interior is BEIGE.
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i think that one is silver but since it's dark in that pic, it looks black
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Here's one from their site. I don't think it is lighted, but it looks good.

Matrix Racing shift ****
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Yeah, it's SILVER... new Type R Blue (or red) indiglo shift ****. Best price I see them for is $40... some are a lil' more expensive by $10. Thanks for all your assistance. If you want one, now is a good time to get it. Some places are gonna stop selling them around early next month.
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