Please let us know in the notes section what colour stitching you would like.
We can also do round bottom in carbon on request.
Carbon fiber flat bottom seeing wheel with a OBD2 plug and play digital display and shift lights.
Fully adjustable shift light rpm start and finish.
Indicator lights up on each side, the wheel will light up red LEDs when the wheel is turned
Multiple units of measurement to choose from, OBD2 plug and play with a female plug to use a second OBD2 item at the same time such as an ultra gauge or diagnostics.
2 cables need connecting behind the airbag, we recommend having this fitted by a professional as dealing with airbags can be dangerous, especially if you are not equipped to clear the codes after.
You will receive a bare steering wheel with no airbag or steering controls, no inserts either, you will have to swap over your existing ones to the new wheel.
The screen has to be powered to a 12v power source usually taken from the steering wheel controls connection under the airbag.
*These are made to order, the lead time 4-6weeks*
Please let us know if you think any additional information would be useful and we will add it here.
Some of our products are large items to ship and it is difficult to calculate accurate shipping costs to everywhere in the world - if you are unhappy about the shipping cost quoted at checkout please contact us with your exact location and postal code so that we can do our best to get you the most effective personalised shipping cost possible. We do not attempt to profit from delivery charges so we will get you the best deal we can.
We're dedicated to delivering your purchase as quickly and affordably as possible. Some of our products are hand made or custom made to order so they are not held in stock. Some goods come from abroad so may take a little longer than you expect.
If your purchase is time critical please check with us before placing your order to avoid being disappointed.
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