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Old 12-19-2013, 12:42 AM   #1
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Well basically i want to put a quick release in my 2002 GT. But I have a few questions.
will the nrg short hub work on my car?
Will I lose my horn if i do this? Ive seen a lot of videos where the nrg quick release worked fine with the horn, some don't work at all, and some where people have had to do a whole bunch of crazy wiring just to get it work, so I'm confused will it or won't it work? was it because they were using older model quick releases and the new ones make wiring the horn easier?
Is there anyway to wire the horn to another place ?
Ive been looking at a Momo steering wheels but I'm afraid this particular model i like won't work with an nrg quick release. its the Momo Mod 80 evo or mono mod 30 with buttons.
I don't really care much for the other controls on the steering wheel just my horn
Anyone already some kind of set up like this?
Pics tips and videos would be a great help
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Old 12-19-2013, 09:54 AM   #2
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also if this mono model wheel doesn't work could i use any others? any good ones out there?
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Old 12-19-2013, 03:09 PM   #3
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Momo makes a quick release hub that works with there wheels, if u wanna find out what wheels work with the hub u have you need to look up the info from the manufacturer but I would assume they should work
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Is mono's quick release reliable ? Do they sell the quick locks like nrg ? I wanted to put the quick release into the car to make it a bit harder if someone wanted to steal my car and the nrg quick lock looks like it would just make it impossible unless you have a key to open it does mono have something like that ?
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Momo is a pretty big name, removable steering wheels arent really going to make it anymore difficult to steal then stock because these cars have a PATS system so its not like someones gonna pop the ignition and drive away, and if there gonna use a truck to steal it the steering wheel wont matter
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