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RSX E-Brake Handle

So I bought the base model RSX shifter **** for my car and I love it, it looks great. But bieng the **** compulsive I am I am wanting to match it with an RSX e-brake handle. Two problems:

1. Which one? I'm having problems finding pictures on google so if anyone has pictures of the different types OR suggestions as to which one, either would be most appreciated. I have dark grey/black interior btw.

2. How the hell do you get the stock handle off? One theory was that the whole unit has to be replaced, but there are so many companies that make e-brake handle/shifter **** sets out there so I don't know if that's right. Any clues, ideas, or links?

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pics of the ****? i'd like to see it please as im wanting a new ****.. (sounds so dirty :|)

and yes i want my ebrake off. i hope its not the whole unit. but possibly?
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Here's the thread for my car. You can see the **** there sorta, I also have an aftermarket shift boot as well so it may look different on your car.

http://www.7thgencivic.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=255004
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hmm i have a custom made shift boot. i want to boot the ebrake and put a CF handle on it. but every thing ive read says it need to be cut off :|
wish some one had some pics damnit

how much did u pay for th eknob and where?
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ive heard that withour replaceing the entire unit you have the cut the handle off. Just what ive heard tho.
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I bought mine from an Acura dealership for wholesale price at like $28? I think the regular price is $35. I would love to boot my e-brake and change over to the RSX... but same problem as you, no information.

What would need to be replaced if I wanted to change it? Would the RSX set-up be bolt-up or is modification needed?

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