Boomba Short Throw Weighted Shift Knob | 2010+ VW Golf GTI/R Mk6/Mk7 (035000070000)
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Short Throw Weighted Shift Knob by Boomba Racing
Weighing in at a solid 440g ! The stock knob only weighs 100g. This shift knob works to reduce the throw of your shifter by 28% over stock by shortening the height by 2 whole inches. Pair this with our Short Shift Transmission Adapter for a combined reduction of 48% over stock.
These shift knobs feature a precision CNC machined brass core for added weight as well as a delrin shell for durability, excellent appearance and ‘temperature management’. A heavier shift knob puts the weight towards the end of the shift lever. This increased momentum while shifting gives you a greater mechanical advantage, allowing for a much more positive feeling throw when rowing through the gears. The delrin shell with laser-etched Boomba logo prevents the surface of the shift knob from getting too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. These shift knobs make a great addition to your MK7 interior! They are held to your shifter with various set screws.
This shift knob is designed and manufactured in Boomba's own facility, right here in the United States and all mounting hardware is included.
- 440g vs stock 100g weight
- Reduce shift throw by 28%
- Lower knob height by 2" compared to stock
- 2015+ Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk7
- 2015+ Volkswagen Golf R Mk7
- 2010 - 2014 Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk6
- 2012 - 2014 Volkswagen Golf R Mk6
What's In The Box?
- 1 - Weighted shift knob
- Necessary Hardware
- Boomba Manufacturer's Warranty
Feels way better then stock sits a bit low on my mk7 but nothing dramatic
Feels great! Night and Day difference from stock. 100% would recommend!
Very easy to install, feels amazing with the perfect weight!! Just be careful when removing stock knob... smashed myself in the face... facepalm*
Knob sent was not what is in the pictures above. It had a large seam around the shift pattern, a change that was made between 2/19 and 7/19. There were a number of knicks in the finish. Also had a large wear mark around the entire knob from the coarse net packaging, down to bear aluminum.
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