It took a crazy obsession and a devilish need for perfection to build the best retro 917 inspired shift knob for a 964/993. Have a look at a marvelous work of Nine Eleven by our friend Joel Kernasenko. The kit is made of beautifully detailed wooden knob and a shifter adapter from a stainless steel.
Over time these boots can deteriorate so we recommend inspection your original one in advance, this can be done simply by loosening the factory shift boot and inspecting the condition of the rubber below. They arrive with a protective powder covering the boot, we recommend gently cleaning it with light cleaner and a soft bristle brush followed by a few coats of your vinyl/rubber protectant.
This solution is great for those looking to replicate a “Singer Style” shift boot, or those who have installed a short shifter with an integrated knob. Designed in CAD and verified through multiple 3D printed physical units obsessing over ever small detail before reaching the final unit seen here. These panels are produced in ABS Plastic utilizing an injection, the same process used by Porsche to produce the existing trim pieces in the original interior.
- Designed and tested in CAD
- Produced from Injection Molded ABS
- Paintable for a bespoke look
- Secures using pressure and existing boot clips
- Completely Reversible, No hardware required
- Designed and Produced in USA by Enthusiasts
We’ve taken great care to attempt to match the existing color and finish, however some variations may be present as a result of discolorations to the OEM panels over time.
The lower rubber boot or shift bellow is not included, however since the Re-Boot utilizes the original rubber shift bellow, one is already installed in your 964 or 993 from the factory beneath the center console. If your boot is in poor shape, we offer OEM replacements in the store to save shipping. Prior to install we recommended inspecting, cleaning and protecting the boot prior to installing to help preserve the finish.
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993 Turbo & GT
Do you remember the movie "The Shining"? There was a scene where a boy named Danny kept saying "REDRUM."
That car used to be red. That's why every time I passed that thing sitting in our garage, I kept saying "REDRUM." However, that car wasn't in a horrifying state at all.