Suichuka Shift Knob
Original JDM Tsurikawa Suichuka / Flower Shift Knob
2021 NEW MODEL with different flower colors
Suichukas shift knobs were originally hand-made, using dried flowers trapped in clear resin, and was found in various size and shape. The Japanese word suichuka 水中花 literally means "flower inside water". The Suichuka fever really started in the 80s and the knobs were very popular among truck drivers. Later, they became Bosozokus and Japanese oldschool enthusiasts’ favorite accessory.
The authentic Japanese vintage flavor!
After months of researches for the perfect Suichuka, we decided to develop our own product. We carefully chose the flowers to give a melancholic flavor and a unique retro look; and designed the shape to offer a good feeling in hand and help shifting. The total length is 90mm and the top diameter is 40mm. Default thread is M12x1.25 but we also provide 3 metal adapters to cover M10x1.5, M10x1.25 and M8x1.25 applications. Our Suichuka uses high quality acrylic with metallic insert to resist time and hardcore shifting. Tested and approved!
Please note that our Suichuka are hand-made. The colors, shape and arrangements of the flowers vary from one model to an other.
Our Suichuka knob fits a large selection of vehicles equipped with manual transmission. It DOES NOT fit automatic transmissions. Please make sure your shifter thread is compatible with our adapters prior to making a purchase. If you have a doubt, don't hesitate to contact us!
Length: 90mm / 3.5"
Diameter: 40mm / 1.5”
Material: Acrylic / metal insert
Default thread: M12x1.25
Adapter thread: M10x1.5, M10x1.25 and M8x1.25
Adapter material: metal
Your packet will be shipped within 48h after order confirmation. During special event or sale, please allow us 2 to 3 extra days to handle your packet. The tracking number will be emailed to you after the packet has been shipped.
If you have any questions, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can aslo send us a direct message at this number: 090-2846-5144
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