[200q20v] RE: Voodoo and UUC knobs

TM t44tq at mindspring.com
Tue Jan 29 06:35:35 EST 2002

I'm using the standard aluminum RKII.

The logo is very small and it's a silver logo on a black
background, below the shift pattern. It really isn't that
noticeable or obnoxious.

The aluminum one is much, much heavier than stock- it's a ball
of aluminum, after all! The Ti version is even heavier, not
worth $200 IMHO.

The Magnum sounds like overkill and that would put the knob
into A4 OEM knob territory (I don't like those huge knobs).


-----Original Message-----
From: Tresturbos at aol.com [mailto:Tresturbos at aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 1:16 AM
To: 200q20v at audifans.com; t44tq at mindspring.com
Subject: Voodoo and UUC knobs

Voodoo Bob informed me that he no longer makes a knob for the Audi. A
knob would have at least made it easier for me to take a stab at
the original.  Maybe I ought to consider a trip to the Audi junk yard
for a
temporary unit as Wolff suggested.

That RKII is looking better all the time...especially with it's added
 I could do without their logo, otherwise it looks pretty good to me.
are you using a titanium, SS or Magnum version of the Rob Knob, or is
aluminum unit heavier than stock?

Mitch Frey
Portland, Oregon
'91 200tq IA Stage 3
'00 A6 2.7T

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