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Fitti Corsa!

Old 11-09-2014, 04:11 PM
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That looks like the wheel that came in the '81 930 Euro I sold last year. The PO had some funky leather wrap on it. Took that off and the wheel was just fine underneath.

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Old 11-09-2014, 05:43 PM
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My favorite steering wheel has been the old Personal Fittipaldi ever since I first saw one around 35 years ago. Or a new Fitti E3 that replaced it.
This place has the best price on them I've found.
Personal Steering Wheel - Fitti E3 - 350 mm (13.78 inch) - Black Leather

I used to have a MOMO Prototipo and I like how they look but I never liked how it felt. I like smooth contoured thumb slots.
If you want the wheel closer to you one option is install a quick release hub and then you can remove the wheel in a second for security or for more room when working inside the car and the wheel will be a couple inches closer to you when it's mounted.
Yep. Here's a photo of mine as promised.

Old 11-10-2014, 05:46 AM
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[QUOTE=RarlyL8;8345120]Had a MOMO in the old Red Rocket




The Gray Ghost has a 930S. Like this wheel as it allows me to see the guages without turning them. Has a good grip, comfortable to use. Please excuse the grainy picture as the cover was half on the car so lighting was low.

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thats the one i have in my car now.

i have a V36 for sale.
someone asked about the adapter fitting an 86. this adpater is 3 3/8 of inch long, the one on my car is just over 4 and the steering wheel is pretty close to the dash. any insight on adapters?


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Ken, I tagged you in a Facebook Post of a wheel I have for sale. I can give you Pelican Friend pricing.
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Brandon, not on FB but thanks. Anyone who has one for sale PM me here for the heck of it. thanks

I took a photo of mine. It appears to be about 360mm in width. Are they stamped somewhere with a model #? I've always wondered if it was missing a pad that covers the anodized aluminum spokes, but based on some of the posts above it appears that it might be as it should be.

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That looks like the wheel that came in the '81 930 Euro I sold last year. The PO had some funky leather wrap on it. Took that off and the wheel was just fine underneath.

Nope, was on the car when I got it over 15 years ago. It's the 77 Aubergine Andial 930

I have another 77 930 with the same wheel vintage built way back then. Must have been a popular choice in the early years.

Just noticed a Fitti wheel is also on the 84 Kremer but is different. Must be a later wheel as it was built in 84 and after the 77s were if anyone wanted a timeline when they were originally used. Great vintage wheels and are far away from the dash.
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I have this old weathered Nardi Wheel I got in 1988. I had it in a 912 and then in a BMW. Havn't seen another one like it in a long time.


Also have this old MOMO Cobra that isn't made any more either. I had this in my car until I got the Fitti E3 a few years ago. It looks good with or without the center pad over the spokes.
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The 1970's Personal steering wheels used regular allen head bolts that stick up above the wheel surface like the ones in your pictures.

I think it was sometime in the eightee's they changed the bolts to the ones they still use now with the conical seats that fit flush on top.

Nice pre '86 interior with a post '86 dashboard top. That center AC duct is the later type which is an improvement.
I've never see that interior color before.
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Brandon, not on FB but thanks. Anyone who has one for sale PM me here for the heck of it. thanks

I took a photo of mine. It appears to be about 360mm in width. Are they stamped somewhere with a model #? I've always wondered if it was missing a pad that covers the anodized aluminum spokes, but based on some of the posts above it appears that it might be as it should be.

Yikes. Then there is a different Ken that I met on Pelican that I thought was you. He's probably like WTH is this?!?! LOL

Here's a pic of my wheel.


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Momo Porsche Design.
Been trying to find one...FOREVER. No luck.
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I think there was one in the f/s section the other day.
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fitti E3 has always been my choice! have them on both of my cars...
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Old 11-11-2014, 01:46 AM
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I love JFairman's Nardi.

I had a 370mm Prototipo, and really liked it, but I love my Jackie Stewart Momo.

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[QUOTE=JFairman;
I've never see that interior color before.[/QUOTE]

I should get a COA for it. Will do someday.

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