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Old 02-13-2019, 01:47 AM
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Good morning Guys,

New order to be placed today. But not 100% sure on the way to go.

Personal Neo Grinta Suede Red 330mm

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Personal Neo Grinta Suede Red 350mm





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NRG Steering Coninal Wheel Screw Kit Red




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HKB Steering Wheel Boss Kit Honda S2000 Airbag





OR Quick Release NRG

NRG Short Steering Wheel Boss Honda S2000 W/ Resistor and NRG Quick Rlease Steering Wheel Hub Boss GEN 2.5










My two main questions.

330 or 350 mm considering I have the Recaro Poleposition with Low Seat Rails and I'm 6'2.

Quick Release or Normal Hub.

What you guys recommend from your experience?

Thank you!

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Old 02-13-2019, 05:06 AM
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Those screws makes me cringe, hopefully they wont snap all at the same time
I have a 350mm neo grinta and it feels perfect, I went with leather version instead though because I don't want to ruin it while driving without gloves.
Quick release is nice to have and if you do go for one use something high quality, I don't know much about those NRG ones they all look like Chinese crap to me.
This is what I'm using and can recommend instead Road Cars | SnapOff.com
Not sure where the best place to get them outside of Sweden but shouldn't be to hard to find.
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Old 02-13-2019, 07:58 AM
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NRG is well known and widely used I don't think you have to worry about their quality just make sure you buy from a reputable dealer so you don't end up with a fake one. You could also look at the works bell hub since it comes with the fix for the airbag light though it isn't quick release. Gotuning carries them. I have a momo tuner steering wheel and I think it is the 350 but don't remember off hand. I like it fine. I also went with leather since it holds up better to use.
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330mm is perfect, im running a leather Personal Grinta on my car and i love it. I tried a 350mm and its wayy too big for the car. I track my car and occasionally drive the car off the track.
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Originally Posted by Manga_Spawn View Post
NRG is well known and widely used I don't think you have to worry about their quality just make sure you buy from a reputable dealer so you don't end up with a fake one. You could also look at the works bell hub since it comes with the fix for the airbag light though it isn't quick release. Gotuning carries them. I have a momo tuner steering wheel and I think it is the 350 but don't remember off hand. I like it fine. I also went with leather since it holds up better to use.
Use the works short hub if you do a quick release as it comes with the fix and you dont have to delete the clockspring.
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Old 02-13-2019, 04:31 PM
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I've been using the NRG short hub and V3 quick release for 3 years now on my S2000 and before that 2 years on my Civic and still works as it's supposed to.
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it's all personal preference. I've tried 320mm (Momo tuner), 330 (Personal Neo Grinta Suede), and 350mm (Personal Neo Grinta Leather), my favorite size is 350mm.





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Keep in mind that Ap1 wheels are 350mm while Ap2 wheels are 330mm. I have a fully dedicated ap1 track car that I bought a leather 350mm for. I thought it was a good idea but sold it 2 months after. Purchased a suade 330mm wheel and haven't looked back. Granted the car gets driven 2 days a month and only with gloves on.

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OEM steering wheel is 360mm.
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Get the 350mm. I have driven an ap2 with pole positions and a 330mm wheel and it perfectly blocked the rpm display and a portion of the speed. I am 6' for reference, and the owner of the vehicle was a little taller and had the same complaint.
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