erm...i tried to see how i could remove it, just in case i'd wanna replace it sometime. how the hell can it be removed? do you just pull it upwards?
i tried to but it was a but hard and i couldnt find any screws or anything
I have tried in vain pulling my knob off this weekend but to no avail. It appears to have been stuck on in the factory. I have also contacted the local dealer to assist and his only concern is that why would I want to replace a perfectly sound knob. Are you guys sure that I should just pull it off?
BINGO, thanks for the advice. I manage to get the factory fitted knob off. Sometimes you just need some reaassurance that you arn't messing up. For those of you considering mine took a considerable amout of force to gome off but there is no mechanics attaching the knob.
1. You take off the rubber pads which cover the actual pedals.
2. Lign-up where the drill holes need to go; mark off and drill.
3. Place the various parts/sections of the pedals where appropriate and both in place.
A couple of pointers though:
1. Check the installtion instructions before doing anything to the car... (obvious I know..)
2. Some pedal sets have different "attachment" methods, so you might have to fiddle a bit more or not at all with some models.
3. ALWAYS (!) check thatthe pedals remain securely fastened to the actual pedals... (I checked mine before and after the track day as well as during the pit stops; nothing to report...as if they were there from the factory...)
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Selespeed gear knob is DIFFERENT. Normal MOMO knobs will not fit on, in fact none of them will fit on a Selespeed. The only one you can get is this one, which in my opinion looks too much like a penis! MUAHAHHA!: