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I found these at Action Automotive Accessories (the SS inserts company). They must have bought all of them for $30 each from the liquidation on ebay, and are now selling them for $90.

It sucks that I missed the liquidation, but that is the price of playing I guess. I got mine...get yours before they are gone. I think there are only 10 or so left.

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Daytona,

My only reservation on these pieces is that they move around on the console. Now I've only been in 2 cars I think that had them, but they both exhibited the same annoying issue. Can you mount it somehow?
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Yes, it is suppose to be mounted by 3M double sided tape to the console. My last one was made by the same company that makes the Saleen ones, and it did not move at all.

The only thing I can imagine that is happening on the ones you have seen is that there is no tape on them, they are just resting on the console.
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I have one in mine.........
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Yes, it is suppose to be mounted by 3M double sided tape to the console. My last one was made by the same company that makes the Saleen ones, and it did not move at all.

The only thing I can imagine that is happening on the ones you have seen is that there is no tape on them, they are just resting on the console.
That makes sense. I just know that every time I shifted the dayum thing kept moving around. They are GREAT looking pieces too!
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hot dayum there we go. lol I am excited already.
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Daytona, don't you have the bullitt shift bezel already? Will this work with that?
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Yes, I ordered it because I originally wanted the Saleen one. I got the Bullitt one because I thought the Saleen one was unavailable. I will see which one I like best, and sell the other on the forum I guess.
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Thought I would double check with you guys that this bezel doesn't work with autos?
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I have the "SALEEN" shift bezel as well, I love that fact it's a limited edition piece too. I can't believe you found this, and there are still some left!!
FYI, mine came with pre-mounted 3M double sided tape. This thing hasn't moved at all. It's not going anywhere. It's a solid piece.
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I have 2 but since moving they are hidden when i find them will sell 1
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Thought I would double check with you guys that this bezel doesn't work with autos?
Bump does anyone know if this bezel works with auto shift?
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Bump does anyone know if this bezel works with auto shift?
I am not sure. You might want to call Saleen and find out. You could call action auto accessories too.

I got an email today stating my order was shipped, there are only 12 left according to the company.
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I am not sure. You might want to call Saleen and find out. You could call action auto accessories too.

I got an email today stating my order was shipped, there are only 12 left according to the company.
I tried SS Inserts (Auto Accessories) on eBay and they said it doesn't.

I could of sworn I saw a picture online (I should of saved it) that was the interior of an automatic Saleen with one of those bezels.
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I think I recall seeing that picture as well. You could always get it, and if it doesn't fit just sell it to someone on the forum.
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I think I recall seeing that picture as well. You could always get it, and if it doesn't fit just sell it to someone on the forum.
Good I'm glad to hear you agree with me about the picture, I'm not crazy!

I really don't see why this bezel wouldn't work as long as you removed the stock one.
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I want one in black. Looks good
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I want one in black. Looks good
A black version was produced for the 2009 Dark Horse edition.
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aahhhh yes.....I picked up my black one in 2009.

Forgot I had it. Its been on the shelf for awhile.

See the 3M tape on the back?






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A black version was produced for the 2009 Dark Horse edition.
Not to get too technical, but do you know if it was made from black aluminum or painted/powder coated black?
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Not to get too technical, but do you know if it was made from black aluminum or painted/powder coated black?
I did not know there was black aluminum. I do not know how the Dark Horse trim part color was executed.
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More than likely, it is made from billet aluminum and then anodized black. I am pretty sure that is how the red ones were done too.
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Im not going to scratch it to see.

Looks like its anodized.
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More than likely, it is made from billet aluminum and then anodized black. I am pretty sure that is how the red ones were done too.

Daytona - So didn't you say you did not like these because they were not flush like the OEM upgrade one you did that matches perfectly?
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Daytona - So didn't you say you did not like these because they were not flush like the OEM upgrade one you did that matches perfectly?

Yes, I said that. I like how the Bullitt one flows with the console. I originally wanted the Saleen one, but could not find it. I am getting over the Saleen one not being as visually pleasing because it says "SALEEN" on it, and the Bullitt one does not, LOL. I want to the exclusivity of having a Saleen Sterling Edition Bezel. If I do not like it as much as the Bullitt one, I will sell it. I have also thought about having the Saleen bezel anodized black to match Barricade's.
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Daytona, I would be interested in buying your Bullitt bezel, if you decide to sell it.
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LOL -

I still think this Saleen one is way to BULKY !! Just look at the pics below and you will see which one looks better and more streamline !!! Just Saying !!









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Wicked- did you order one already? Is the last picture yours?
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Not Yet - I found that pic online - how hard was it to remove the shift knob?
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Its not hard. It is a threaded shift lever with the knob on top. Simply unscrew and remove.
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I found these at Action Automotive Accessories (the SS inserts company). They must have bought all of them for $30 each from the liquidation on ebay, and are now selling them for $90.

It sucks that I missed the liquidation, but that is the price of playing I guess. I got mine...get yours before they are gone. I think there are only 10 or so left.

http://www.actionautoaccessories.com...oducts_id=1733
Thanks for the hot tip, Daytona...I snagged two of them. I'm in the process of modifying one of the pieces right now.
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Its not hard. It is a threaded shift lever with the knob on top. Simply unscrew and remove.
Not all of them...Saleen pressed many of the stock knobs on; mine was one of them. It was torture to remove!
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Not all of them...Saleen pressed many of the stock knobs on; mine was one of them. It was torture to remove!
So mine is a 06 shortly after Daytona in the production numbers, just went out to the garage and tried to untwist the knob. Is seem pretty stuck on there. Now I didnt go full force on it, since I don't want to damage anything, but should I assume I have the pressed on shift knob over the groved, twist on twist off style? And if that's the case how the hell have you guys been getting the pressed ones off?
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So mine is a 06 shortly after Daytona in the production numbers, just went out to the garage and tried to untwist the knob. Is seem pretty stuck on there.
The knobs have thread lock on them from Saleen during the conversion. Don't be afraid to untwist the knob. I am not aware of the mentioned "press knob."

p.s. The original owner of the Saleen Daytona1783 owns had a heck of a time removing the OE knob. I believe he used a rag and Channellocks (or some similar method).
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The knobs have thread lock on them from Saleen during the conversion. Don't be afraid to untwist the knob. I am not aware of the mentioned "press knob."

p.s. The original owner of the Saleen Daytona1783 owns had a heck of a time removing the OE knob. I believe he used a rag and Channellocks (or some similar method).
That was my method of removal plus a buddy.

I had placed a call to Saleen in Irvine prior to removal. This was early 2007. They told me it was pressed on. They were correct. Upon removal, there were no threads on the shifter.
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That was my method of removal plus a buddy.

I had placed a call to Saleen in Irvine prior to removal. This was early 2007. They told me it was pressed on. They were correct. Upon removal, there were no threads on the shifter.
And what about when you put the knob back on? Did you put anything on the shifter to make it snug with the knob back on it?
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My knob is threaded-I replaced it with another knob and just screwed it right on. I didnt use thread lock or anything to make it tight.
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And what about when you put the knob back on? Did you put anything on the shifter to make it snug with the knob back on it?
I never put it back on, I switched over to a threaded piece & installed a Momo knob from Saleen. I eventually swapped out to a TR 6060 & now bang the gears with a KR lever & knob.
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My knob is threaded-I replaced it with another knob and just screwed it right on. I didnt use thread lock or anything to make it tight.
What process did you do to get your knob off? I found this link so I will start there... http://saleenforums.soec.org/showthread.php?t=5349
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So who wants to sell me their take off Saleen Shift knob that you have replaced? Because I am about to rip this knob off w/o a care in the world of the damage to knob !!! WTF !!!!
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Juat unscrew it Chris...most have locktite on them. lefty loosie.

The Extremes was tight as hell but they unscrew and come right off.

Go full force....it will unscrew. Ill unscrew it for a hamburger.
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Juat unscrew it Chris...most have locktite on them. lefty loosie.

The Extremes was tight as hell but they unscrew and come right off.

Go full force....it will unscrew. Ill unscrew it for a hamburger.
What did you use to unscrew it on the extreme?
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Mine was fairly easy to remove. I just grabbed it tight with both hands and twisted. But I have also heard of people using the rag and plier method.....
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LOL.. Shift knob 2 Wicked 0. LOL
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LMAO - Pretty Much !!
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Use your hands.



Since your a lefty sit in the pass seat and use your left hand to twist it off.
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What did you use to unscrew it on the extreme?
I was on the passenger side, my buddy on the drivers. If yours was like mine, it will take both of you twisting with all you've got using the channel lock rag method, & its still a chore to get off and will definitely be unusable after removal.
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I was on the passenger side, my buddy on the drivers. If yours was like mine, it will take both of you twisting with all you've got using the channel lock rag method, & its still a chore to get off and will definitely be unusable after removal.
LOL - That's what I am thinking !!! I am way stronger than Barricade ( no offense - LOL ) and that thing does not even budge !!! I was thinking just getting some channel locks and going to town like you did on it and then just replace it with another one.

Jason - what is our SOEC Special pricing on one of these 06-09 knobs? ;)
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