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  • Artisan-made in VERY small batches. Want a unique shift knob? Look no further.
  • M10x1.25 threaded. Fits all Miatas ever made - NA, NB, NC, and ND. 1989-2017.
  • Various brake grips with NA/NB fitment as well as NC fitment.
  • Wood shift knobs are produced by Rich of Long Dog Wood Studio.
  • Inserts produced by me, Adam at revlimiter.
I've got a new shift knob shape this time! The Joystick joins the previous two shapes, Teardrop and 911.

Current Wood Types: Argentine Lignum Vitae, Purple Heart, Bocote, Jobillo, and Dark Mahogany.



Shift knobs in this batch start at $75 each. All brake grips start at $49. The metal collar adds $10 to a knob. Claim yours at the revlimiter Store.



The above image is my actual current stock. All of the shifters I have are in this photo. I'll be updating it as sets sell. You may need to hit F5 on your browser to see the current stock.

More about the Joystick:

  • About 4" tall.
  • Meant for thumbs up shifting.
  • About 140-150 grams regardless of wood type. There's a lot of metal inside this knob. It has a lovely weight.
  • Recessed indent in the top of each for the insert of your choice.
Your Miata wants some wood.

And if you want something not pictured, get in contact with Rich. He works magic with these wood pieces.
 

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They are so beautiful

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Nah, not a dunce.

The new Joystick is 140-150 grams or so. That one is mostly hollow, full of metal, and doesn't have a lot of actual wood. I have a Lignum Vitae in Sharka at 150 grams (super heavy wood) and the brother made out of Mahogany is 140 grams (which is super light wood).

Wood shift knobs don't usually have much weight to them at all. The stock NA standard shift knob is like 200 grams. The Nardi-made wood version of the NA shift knob is like 75 grams.

The lightest wood I have is mahogany. A Teardrop shape shift knob is usually just under 100 grams for that wood. For a heavier wood like osage orange or lignum vitae, the weight for the same size and shape knob is around 145-155 grams.

All knobs have some metal inside to give them more heft.
 
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