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titanium shift knob

Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by jetguy, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. jetguy

    jetguy Rookie

    Jun 14, 2004
    11
    I have recently been making titanium shift knobs for a few people over at s2ki.com (honda s2000 forum) and thought you chaps may be interested in these also. It is made from solid gade 1 elemental titanium, I polish it to a mirror finish then treat it with a speacilzed anodizing prosseess to produce an amazing finish starting at the top form a deep royal blue fading to a brilliant purple then to a light golden.

    I tried to post a pic from anouther thread at s2ki but this board won't allow me to link it dirrectly. try clicking on this link or copying and pasting it in your address bar. www.s2katlanta.com/Gallery/albums/userpics/10007/P9081532.JPG

    contact me through this board/ thread, of e-mail me at defeo@charter.net

    respectfully,
    Christopher
     
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  3. VROOM!!!

    VROOM!!! Formula 3

    Feb 11, 2004
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    That looks awesome!
     
  4. T0nyGTSt

    T0nyGTSt Karting

    Jul 31, 2004
    196
    How much?

    And what thread pattern is it?

    T.
     
  5. jetguy

    jetguy Rookie

    Jun 14, 2004
    11
    Ferrari 206, 246, 308,
    328, 348, Testarossa


    thread= 10 X 1.25 mm


    cost = $250

    I can also do the knob with a "brushed" finsish, this is less prone to finger prints.

    I can make the anodized finish in all light gold color, or all purple color, or the multi color (like picture).

    let me know if i can be of service to you.

    regards,
    Christopher
     
  6. jetguy

    jetguy Rookie

    Jun 14, 2004
    11
    if any of you already have a titanium knob, i can do this process to it for $120.
     
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