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My favorite steering wheel. Not original Momo, but very close.
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A 911R replica with center cap horn button.

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My favourite is the 930s, but they are a lot of money. This time I went with a Momo Monte Carlo...



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A 911R replica with center cap horn button.

Did you customize the horn button? How was it done? which wheel is that? Looks very nice

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There must be a whole bunch of stock steering wheels on Ebay.. I actually had a momo steering wheel and changed it back to the stock Carrera one. The momo performs much better, but I like the stock look much better.
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Observation: Since the SC's don't have power steering, then a larger diameter steering-wheel would require less exertion.
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Observation: Since the SC's don't have power steering, then a larger diameter steering-wheel would require less exertion.
This is why I searched for a long time to find a 370mm Prototipo. My stock wheel is 380mm, so the 10mm is unnoticeable while driving, but the thin, much grippier leather rim is.
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