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Which Pioneer system is yours? I have the Pioneer NAV system AVIC D1 with Alpine speakers, amps, with custom door pod that retain the map pockets. I am planing the AVIC Z2 upgrade in a few months, after the engine installation.
Mine is the Avic-D1.
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Here is my momo wood steering wheel
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Here is my momo wood steering wheel
The wheel is beautiful.

However, I wanted to be reminded of the original taxi wheel so I stuck to the 1992 airbagged design.

Your cluster rings also look excellent.
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I have a 1990 190e I need a nice steering wheel to really give her some personality any suggestions?
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I have a 1990 190e I need a nice steering wheel to really give her some personality any suggestions?
A Nardi is about as good as it gets if you don't mind losing your airbag.

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How's the view of the gauges? Been thinking about putting one of those Nardi wheels on my daily driver 201.

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I got a 360mm and it's riiight at the edge of them for me and I sit low and leaned back. If you prefer a more upright driving position it would def block the upper corners of the tach and fuel gauge.

They make the same model in 380 and 390mm which shouldn't obscure the gauges if the stock wheel doesn't. The stock wheel is eccentric while I think the Nardi is centered, so you can go down a little in size and keep the top of the rim in the same location. Steering effort with the smaller wheel has increased a bit too.

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Perhaps, but at least a sense of taste is being maintained.

Could be worse...


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