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Old 04-11-2016, 11:35 PM
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I have not seen any.. but a C4 or Chevy Bowtie would be nice
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Old 04-12-2016, 10:32 AM
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I have not seen any.. but a C4 or Chevy Bowtie would be nice
Maybe Carter can help Jeff ?
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Old 05-14-2019, 08:51 AM
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Originally Posted by TorchTarga94 View Post
Jeff, I'll snap some pics when I get home of my Sparco Strada 350mm. I used to have the Sparco Ring 330mm (identical to army snipe). I will echo what Army Sniple said, use a 2 ohm 5w resistor to keep the SRS happy. Can be purchased from Amazon for just a few dollars.

Here are some pics from my initial install:

I got tired of how far the quick release moved the steering wheel from the signal stalk. Not an issue if you are racing, sort of an issue if you drive the car on the street. I am using a 1" adapter from Crowders Racing with a 350mm Sparco Strada and am very happy with it. Nice factory appearance as well.
Do you have the part #'s for the adapter and the wheel? That looks great and I'd like to do that in my '94.

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Old 05-14-2019, 08:58 AM
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Originally Posted by anesthes View Post
Do you have the part #'s for the adapter and the wheel? That looks great and I'd like to do that in my '94.

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Sure, see below:

NRG Short Hub Steering Wheel Adapter Neon Corvette Camaro Firebird Blazer Yukon- Part #SRK-170H

Crowder's 30mm Steering Wheel Spacer Adapter for MOMO NRG SPARCO NARDI OMP 3CM - Part # SPACER30
SPARCO UNIVERSAL STREET STEERING WHEEL Strada 350MM LEATHER Black- Part # 015TSDLN
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Old 05-14-2019, 10:06 AM
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Originally Posted by TorchTarga94 View Post
Sure, see below:

NRG Short Hub Steering Wheel Adapter Neon Corvette Camaro Firebird Blazer Yukon- Part #SRK-170H

Crowder's 30mm Steering Wheel Spacer Adapter for MOMO NRG SPARCO NARDI OMP 3CM - Part # SPACER30

SPARCO UNIVERSAL STREET STEERING WHEEL Strada 350MM LEATHER Black- Part # 015TSDLN
So you need both the 30mm spacer and the hub adapter?

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Old 05-14-2019, 12:29 PM
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So you need both the 30mm spacer and the hub adapter?

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You'll either need the spacer, quick release, or a steering wheel with a "deep dish". If not, your knuckles will be hitting the turn signal stalk.
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Originally Posted by TorchTarga94 View Post
You'll either need the spacer, quick release, or a steering wheel with a "deep dish". If not, your knuckles will be hitting the turn signal stalk.
Gotcha. Thank you!

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Old 05-15-2019, 06:33 AM
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Originally Posted by armysnipe View Post
I went with a 330mm Sparco ring. I wondered if it would be too small, but so far I love the way it looks. Once I take a drive I'll post some feedback. After looking on the forum I used a post (aftermarket steering wheel and quick release install ('96) by MarkBychowski (OP). It was very helpful and straight forward. I have a 93 and was able to use the same instructions. I actually just replaced mine 2 days ago, but ordered the wrong resistor to delete the airbag. I ordered a 2K watt instead of a 2 W (DUH). I wouldn't go any smaller than a 330MM. For me the aftermarket wheel makes it easier to get in and out of the car. I also have more leg room as I like to sit closer to the steering wheel. In my case I wasn't worried about the airbag because I have a five point harness.

That looks awesome.
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Old 05-15-2019, 06:35 AM
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Originally Posted by DanielC4 View Post
Hey Jeff, I just installed a Momo Trek R, 350mm. Much smaller than stock and I love it, except now my SIR light is on. They come in aluminum with a chrome ring but I wrapped mine in 3M flat black.





Looks like Ike a fighter jet cockpit. I like it.
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