Were you part of the YarisWorld Forums? I just recently found a picture of my Yaris... after a long run in North California... Off RoadWell I guess my Sick Speed 8" blue flower shift knob is officially my first mod... lol. I bought this shift knob for my 2013 Toyota Yaris a few months ago and I made sure to get it from the car when it was totaled in a wreck a few weeks ago. I was positive it wouldn't fit in my new iM but to my surprise it did!! I was literally in tears when I saw that it was a perfect fit because that Yaris was my baby and I loved that little car alot. That shift knob is like a small piece of the personality my little Yaris had.
Yes I was but I hung out more on the Yaris/Vits World-wide Club group on Facebook.Were you part of the YarisWorld Forums? I just recently found a picture of my Yaris... after a long run in North California... Off Road
Thanks.. its called (excuse the term, lol) a "Dildo" shifter in the drift world. A lot of people make fun of them to be honest but I love it. Its also pretty comfortable too. I like to rest my arm on it while sitting at a red light or when im messing with the radio.. lol.This is the first time I've seen a shift knob that long and it looks amazing! Do you shift by holding the top, bottom or middle of it?
Its actually pretty nice cus its right there when you need it.. I like it cus its comfortable, I like to rest my arm on it at times lol.That's a crazy shift knob, i've seen a lot of these showing up, I think drifters are the group that love them a lot.
How it is for shifting in comparsion to the traditional knob?
Lol, I learn something new every day. Can kind of see where it got the name but hey, it looks great.Thanks.. its called (excuse the term, lol) a "Dildo" shifter in the drift world. A lot of people make fun of them to be honest but I love it. Its also pretty comfortable too. I like to rest my arm on it while sitting at a red light or when im messing with the radio.. lol.
Any specific TRD accessories that you'll be looking for? Are you thinking that there are more coming out that you'll wait for, or are you going to choose from what is already available?Plans/Wish-list:
These are not really full-on mods, more like accessories
- Mud guards
- Window guards
- OEM wheel lock set
- Rear bumper protector
- Trunk cargo net
- OEM lower body graphics (maybe...)
- TRD iM accessories
Wouldn't it be better for you to ask about this on a forum for Scion tC owners? Most people here don't have much knowledge about that model.I can start this as a new thread instead if that's better, but since it's probably mods doing it, I thought I'd ask here.
I'm looking to buy a Scion tC. One car I've looked at closely a 2012, 42k miles, the dealer will give a good price (asking $12k, probably will give at $11k). HOWEVER...
Does anyone put on different struts (or shocks)? How does that change the ride? This car is bumpy. The Toyota service that did a pre-buy inspection says it's the 4 year old original OEM tires that have 4-5/32 left. Can that be? ...I'm wondering if there's aftermarket strut changes that tend to do that?
Can I tell if it's an non-stock exhaust by looking at it (not on a lift)? Someone pointed out it's a smaller tailpipe and stock is usually wider. It's a bit loud for my taste, and other Scions have been okay.
Thank you for any ideas!!