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Thread: Effects of smaller steering wheel?

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    I just sussed those spacers out, they look like the goods,
    You say you are running a similar kit or so.
    How much did it cost you and where did you get it from or did you make them yourself ?

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    lock rocks, especially in a short wheel base car like the ae86

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    my saas wheel is like 30 0r 32cm, it seems all right for every day use, but i havnt realy driven with enough to get a real feel for it

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    i have the toyota twincam 16 steering wheel with power steering arms, and its great not to heavy and easy enough 4 daily driving

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    yeh thats the wheel I had, (twincam 16) it was a bit large for my liking, even though there is only 20mm difference (I think) between that and the new one Ive got, the new one feels way small.... just a matter of getting used to I guess....

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    its all about what you are used to i think and what feels best.

    i dont think it would effect your steering that much unless you have a stupidly small ricer wheel.

    in my opinion....nardi is the shit

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    yeah I took a bit of adjusting to get used to goin from power steering factory sports steering wheel with HICAS n all wheel steering in my R32 to shitty non powersteering solid rear axle granny steering wheel in the 86.

    The spacer's ive got was machined up by Hopper's Stoppers as a custom one off. The one from the states might be cheaper as I paid more even with shipping accounted for, but HS do brake and axle development for the V8 supercar teams so I'd rather trust em with my setups.

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    thanx mate...

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