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Steve996326

Shifter knob emblem and /or lack thereof...

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My shift pattern emblem was taken from my 996C, hopefully by someone who can use it on their own Porsche.  

‘Regardless, can someone help with where a replacement can be found. A plain plastic insert will work as well as one with a pattern or symbol.

The thought of replacing the shifter with a solid billet with engraved pattern has crossed my mind, so I would also appreciate any input concerning that.

I thank you in advance for any help.

Steve

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Steve,

 

I installed a short shift kit in my 2003 996 and at the same time changed out the shift knob for a Rennline aluminum billet knob.  I can't remember who's short shift kit I used, but

the shift pattern was a much better pattern.  The factory shift was mostly plastic, the aftermarket shift was billet aluminum.  I did have to sew up a new vinyl boot...

 

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