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Does anyone work at a Honda dealership with access to order part based strictly on part number, even if not in stock, to order it from supplier or Honda directly? Honda Part No.:54102-T2F-L01ZB Knob, Change Lever R183L (THREAD RED) - It has to be this very specific knob for a 2017 Accord Sport SE 6MT. Only 2017 SE had red leather interior that had a leather shift knob with red stitching to complement it. I don't mind paying full price as long as it's 100% correct item. I'm in the US.
 

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Knob, Change Lever R183L (Thread Red) - Honda (54102-T2F-L01ZB) - Majestic Honda hondaautomotiveparts.com

It's not a difficult part to find. I ordered my plain black knob for a 17 (non-SE) Sport from them.

You could also use the Civic Si or even CRZ knob that is black leather with red stitching.
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Can you post some pics of the black leather knob or PM them? I have a '17 6MT LX with that rubbery version. Coming from my Sonata I miss the slightly heavier weight and leather covering. The Sonata knob was pretty much the same shape but a bit thicker diameter. I don't want one of the metal, CF or round ball versions.

Part# for the plain black if you have it also.

Thank you.
 

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This is the black stitch 16-17 Sport knob.
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It is not heavy however. It is a beautiful knob; my favorite OEM Honda shift knob. I am not currently using it as I like a heavier knob that mounts lower, but I switch back and forth.

Part number is 54102-T2F-L01ZA.

The same knob was used on the CRZ for a couple of years, but it has a different part number.
 

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I like that, Thank you.

I’m thinking something like some lead/tungsten discs added somehow for the weight. I was quite creative when doing Pinewood Derby cars with my son in Cub Scouts and showing him how. He won a couple times with some nice cars. Max weight was 5 ounces and you wanted that for the speed down the hill.

Pinewood weights, maximum velocity
 

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I bought the oem one for around 60 dollars because I didn't want to change the boot.

I don't remember what site but it was one of those honda part websites
 

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I bought the oem one for around 60 dollars because I didn't want to change the boot.

I don't remember what site but it was one of those honda part websites
Such an informative report. Thank you.
 
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