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Up for sale is an Indy-Cator shift knob from Germany.

Link to site:here
(Watch out for their site, it changes your browser window size :( )

The knob knows what gear position it's in and displays it on it's LCD.
The knob is used but in perfect condition! It looks awesome during day and even better at night. It's a universal fit with a set-screw. And the knob I'm selling is the Red LED version.

I paid $160 for the knob.

I'm willing to let it go for $100

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It's a nice shift knob, it has a really good feel. And since it's partly clear plastic it doesn't get hot as hell in the summer heat. I've tried many different shift knobs and for me the best knob is the stock SI knob.
 

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WOW....this is the frist time eva see that kinda shift knob
 

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This shiftknob fits all cars with manual transmissions up to 6 speed and is designed to work with every gearshift pattern.
(Does not work with cars that have gear levers with reverse gear locking mechanism). If you have to push down for reverse that is fine, what this means is that you just cannot have any type of switch that is part of your current OEM shift knob that must be switched/engaged etc. to get into the reverse gear.

Will this even work, doesn't the civic have a reverse lock out?
 

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Deedle said:
Will this even work, doesn't the civic have a reverse lock out?
It works, I've used it on my SI. A reverse lockout is when you have to push a button or lever to get into reverse. This shift knob is for manual transmission cars.
 
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