Raceseng Shift Knobs are Now Available!

Starting today through January 31, 2015, Save 15% through the Raceseng Group Buy on the Slammer and Ashiko series in Stainless steel finishes.

Important Details:
1. We will only fulfill orders once we reach 30 people. We will keep an active list on all threads with First Name, Last Initial so you can see where we are at.
2. To make things easier you can order now using promo code “RacesengGB15” which will allow you to checkout right now.
3. Once we hit 30, the orders will go into fulfillment and you will be emailed tracking numbers via the email you use during checkout.

Be sure to take advantage of this.  Details can be found here: https://www.golfmk6.com/forums/showthread.php?t=87844

Check out all the Raceseng products here.

For further reading, check out this great post from HYDE16 of the golfmk6.com community.


We are proud to announce Raceseng Shift Knobs are now available at ModdedEuros.com.  These beauties are built from stainless steel with the final brush finish being done by hand, one by one.  Knobs come in both engraved and non-engraved varieties,  so you’re sure to find exactly what you are looking for.

shift knob picture

Whether side-arm or palm shifting from the top, the Raceseng shift knob shape is ingeniously designed to make both shifting styles more enjoyable. The side surface is designed to fit the natural curvature of your hand and fingers as they wrap around the shift knob as you dictate direction and movement. The domed top surface is intended to compliment palm shifting, giving you an ideal surface area for confident shifting.

With the weight in all the right places, this shift knob redefines your shifting experience through the look and feel of how you shift into gear. You will experience smoother and faster shifts without a doubt.

Why is every shift so smooth?   Well, to put it simply, the heavier the knob, the easier it will make shifting feel. It’s not magic, its physics. Weight in motion directly relates to how an object will react to an opposing force. In this case, the opposing force is the gate pattern and counter springs that are connected to your shift arm that tell you the shift pattern of your car. The difference felt when shifting into the next gear requires far less effort due to the additional momentum created by the increased mass.


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