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New Steering Wheel. Quick Release? 330 or 350mm?

 
Old 02-15-2019, 05:13 PM
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I'm 6' with broad shoulders, and a 320mm was too small. I felt like I was playing a video game requiring excessive steering force with not enough resolution to make small adjustments. For me, a 350mm is perfect in just about any car. I've tried this in an S2000 and E36 M3. A 340mm might be a hair bit better but I haven't had a chance to try one b/c 350mm is so much more common. But I'm fairly content with a 350mm. My wheel of choice is the Momo Competition.
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As thick of a grip as I could find in 350mm with a place to put my thumbs at the 9 and 3 o'clock position. And the hell with Suede if you drive you car often as I do (DD).

In my S2000, a flat (no dish) 350mm wheel (Momo Competition) and a 2" spacer gives me plenty of space to heel/toe even with stock seats.
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Old 02-18-2019, 05:07 AM
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Good morning everyone,

First of all thank you so much for all the feedback! Thank god we have forums like S2KI where we can discuss mods and find the best solutions.

Regarding NRG I had no idea they were a "replica" of other brand. After some research I saw some less positive feedback. However, I also heard there is lot of counterfeit parts of NRG and maybe those problems were with fake NRG Parts. For the Quick Release Solution in Europe NRG is the easiest choice considering all the online stores that sell it and price. Regarding the Horn and Airbag light they already have a version that solves that problem.For that you just have to use the NRG SRK-131H Short Hub + NRG SRK-250BK Quick Release. The installation of these parts seems a bit harder then a normal Hub.

You can see the install on this video:


Considering your feedback, opinions and also all the videos that I saw plus other forums/facebook I've decided to go with the cheaper yet non quick release option.

Personal Neo Grinta Suede 330mm and HKB OH-207 Steering Wheel Boss. Not so bling bling as I wanted but effective, safe, with quality and cheaper.

I drove a S2000 with the 340mm Steering Wheel and I would consider that the perfect size. Sad that it's not easy to find it for sale.

The final look will be similar to this:



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Old 04-27-2019, 06:17 AM
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Just a small update for future members that want to do this Mod. With Recaro Poleposition + Tegiwa Low Seat Rails the 330mm Personal Neo Grinta has a good size!

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