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PICS ADDED: sorry for the crappy cell phone pics, Ill get better ones.
The stalks look close to the wheel but no... When holding the wheel I can extend my finger fully and only the tips touch the stalks, so about 3-3.5" of room between my knuckles and the stalks, its about like stock distance.


I just bought a Personal Neo Grinta 350mm steering wheel. Love the look, the center is angular and to me suits the MKI styling very well.

To mount it I bought a Momo Hub Adapter for MKI part # 7714

And a Nardi/Personal Brand Nardi/personal --> Momo hub adapter.

The Hub is standard Momo, and the adapter is 12mm thick and the Neo Grinta has a tiny bit of dish to it, so hopefully it should all sit very close to stock lengths and not hit my stalks while driving..

Who else rocks this brand steering wheel?

To me its along the lines of quality like Momo, maybe even better than Momo. Im going to assume Nardi makes Personal, and we all know Nardi are top of the line steering wheels.

I added better pics on post # 35 on 2nd page.
 

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I have a 300mm Personal wheel. It is beatiful to hold and I dont want to part with it even though it is missing its leather from 10oclock to 2 oclock.

It looks exactly like the one in the link in post 4. It came with my jap import.
 

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Yeah im going to take pics this weekend, I have it all installed in the car now. I love the feel of it.

With the Momo hub and Momo to personal hub adapter it sits about stock distance away from the signal stalks. The steering wheel has about 1" of dish also so that helps.
 

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any long term reviews in this wheel from other owners?
I know with some steering wheels, in time they begin to flex. :thumbdown I've had my Momo Race 350mm for 5 years now and so far no flex. The only complaint is that the leather tightens up in time and becomes shiney :thumbdown
 

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nato1012 said:
any long term reviews in this wheel from other owners?
I know with some steering wheels, in time they begin to flex. :thumbdown I've had my Momo Race 350mm for 5 years now and so far no flex. The only complaint is that the leather tightens up in time and becomes shiney :thumbdown
i had a nardi/personal wheel in my 240 for about a year, however, i bought it used. it looked great and performed well the whole time i had it.
 

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I would have pics of mine up but still no internet using my cell phone lately to get on here.
 

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Here's my steering setup.




Momo hub with NRG 2.5 quick release and Momo Race wheel.. I have a question though..I'm not sure how to setup the horn..everytime I turn my wheel to a certain degree it'll contact inside and honk my horn when I don't want it to..how do I make it connect to the wires on the hub?
 

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Momo hub with NRG 2.5 quick release and Momo Race wheel.. I have a question though..I'm not sure how to setup the horn..everytime I turn my wheel to a certain degree it'll contact inside and honk my horn when I don't want it to..how do I make it connect to the wires on the hub?
put black tape or shrink wrap around the metal connector and make sure its not hittin anything to damage the wire
 

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Updated with Pics!
 

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Nice, does the horn work properly? I got a cheap one off of ebay and the horn spring and the Adaptor dont match up,, and I said to myself the momo cost 70 bucks because it probably works..I have a older personal wheel that im putting on soon.
 
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