1989 Buddy Club Nissan 240SX Shift Knob
Buddy Club Type B Shift Knob Nissan
Along with the Racing Spec Type A shift knob, the Type B shift knob was developed for cars where the shifter is located more ahead of the driver such as the column mounted shifter found in the EP3. This, much like the Type A shift knob, is what Buddy Club ...
Buddy Club Type A Shift Knob Nissan
This shift knob was designed by Mr. Jun San Chen himself. It is what he uses to win races in his race cars with floor mounted shifters such as the Altezza, Chaser, and DC5.
If you’re driving a vehicle equipped with a standard 1989 Buddy Club Nissan 240SX transmission, you’ve tactically connected yourself to the car using a 1989 Buddy Club Nissan 240SX shift knob. The 1989 Buddy Club Nissan 240SX shift knob is moved to assert the driver’s command to switch the transmission, so that different speed levels can be achieved. Though most vehicles nowadays are built with automatic transmissions, both standard and automatic cars contain 1989 Buddy Club Nissan 240SX shift knobs, where the standard ones are moved often, and the automatic ones are hardly touched.
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