BLOX Racing DR Spherical shift knobs are CNC-machined from industrial-grade polyoxymethylene. This engineered thermoplasic provides high strength stiffness, low friction and excellent dimensional stability. The inside base of each shift knob is counterbored and is designed to accommodate reverse lock-out levers.
Specially designed BLOX Racing shift knob bands, in black and chrome, are included to put your own final touch on your new shift knob. Offered in black and white Delrin and available in 10×1.5, 10×1.25 and 12×1.25 thread pitch.
Sphere diameter: 49mm
Base outside width: 33mm
Base inside width: 25mm
Weight: 91 grams
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BLOX Racing is proud to introduce its harness bar, available in black and silver. This harness bar is designed to help route and attach seat belt harnesses safely and securely through existing mounting locations. The harness bar also helps increase chassis rigidity by tying together the vehicle’s B-Pillar points.
BLOX fender washers are precision CNC-machined from high quality, billet aluminum. Each is then anodized in eight brilliant finishes.
The BLOX logo is cleverly etched on the underside so that the true beauty of the product is maximized. The BLOX fender washer kit includes 6-washers and stainless steel, M6 bolts. Kits are available in small and large diameters.
These 7-sided lug nuts are forged from high quality titanium then machined to precise thread pitch specifications.
Available in single-piece, set of 16 and set of 20 in 12×1.5 and 12×1.25 thread pitch patterns.
CNC-machined from high quality billet aluminum and feature three O-rings.
Each piece is anodized for durability and offers maximum protection against oil leaks compared to OEM or other aftermarket cam seals.
The BLOX Racing half shaft spacer kit is specifically designed for lowered Honda S2000s. When the vehicle is lowered, the angle of the driveshaft is altered, causing play between the driveshaft roller and spider. This, in turn, causes and places stress at the CV joints and differential output shaft bearings. The result is a prominent “clicking” and, worse, rear-end vibrations.