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Thread: 2002 Type-R Steering wheel with OEM boss

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbvnsx View Post
    And a bonus picture of my Type S steering wheel (installed 3 days ago)
    Is there a difference between the Type R and the Type S except for the middle section?

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    Type-S one is believed to be based on Zagato.
    NA1 Type-R one is Corse and NA2 NSX-R is Tuner.

    The touch of leather is similar between Type-S and NA2 NSX-R but obviously, the shape is different especially around the spoke section.
    I felt the slight difference in wheel diameter as well as the grab diameter/thickness but I could be wrong as it was long time ago.

    The difference between NA1 Type-R and NA2 NSX-R is mainly the leather touch and the stitching.
    The base model is different but similar design.
    The NA1 leather feels smooth and shiny. I think the standard is red stitching.
    NA2 one is like more friction on the leather surface and mat finish. Black stitching.

    Kaz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaz-kzukNA1 View Post
    Type-S one is believed to be based on Zagato.
    NA1 Type-R one is Corse and NA2 NSX-R is Tuner.

    The touch of leather is similar between Type-S and NA2 NSX-R but obviously, the shape is different especially around the spoke section.
    I felt the slight difference in wheel diameter as well as the grab diameter/thickness but I could be wrong as it was long time ago.

    The difference between NA1 Type-R and NA2 NSX-R is mainly the leather touch and the stitching.
    The base model is different but similar design.
    The NA1 leather feels smooth and shiny. I think the standard is red stitching.
    NA2 one is like more friction on the leather surface and mat finish. Black stitching.

    Kaz
    ^^^ This, and i can confirm that diameter is very close to the Airbag Steering Wheel, so if NSX-R is 350 mm the S whhel is bigger by aprox 10 mm

    BV

    Quote Originally Posted by goldnsx View Post
    Is there a difference between the Type R and the Type S except for the middle section?

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    Finally, I've found a 1991 with very, very low mileage. 'Ar4m' was the letters I was looking for.
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    My expert told me it looks good to get wrid of the airbag legally.

    One question: how many screws do I have to order, 6, 9 or 12? I'm going with the OEM boss but the aftermarket MOMO Tuner instead of the overprised OEM steering wheel.

    No. 3 and 4 seem to be the same: http://jp-carparts.com/honda/partlis...ig=B&fig1=3102

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    Just 6 required.

    Quote Originally Posted by goldnsx View Post
    My expert told me it looks good to get wrid of the airbag legally.

    One question: how many screws do I have to order, 6, 9 or 12? I'm going with the OEM boss but the aftermarket MOMO Tuner instead of the overprised OEM steering wheel.

    No. 3 and 4 seem to be the same: http://jp-carparts.com/honda/partlis...ig=B&fig1=3102

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    Thomas, you would require 9 if you used a OEM Momo steering wheel.
    Using a Momo Tuner only 6 are required, as Simon said.

    i will drill the 3 extra holes on the Momo Tuner, then i will also need 9,
    OEM, which i already have, bought a long time ago.

    Why the 9?

    You use 3 to secure the OEM steering wheel to the OEM Boss, these 3
    are the extra holes, outside of the 6 universal pattern.

    then you use the other 6 to secure the horn ring to the steering wheel.

    This will make MUCH easier the job of leveling straight the horn's "H" and
    center it inside the Black Ring.

    Nuno

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    The 78514-SL0-R01 (red 'H') is out of stock at my supplier. The Type-S/Zero had a black one I could live with but I didn't find a part no. yet. Anybody?
    On the other hand I can use the one that came with the MOMO steering wheel first.
    Last edited by goldnsx; 15-05-2017 at 09:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldnsx View Post
    The 78514-SL0-R01 (red 'H') is out of stock at my supplier. The Type-S/Zero had a black one I could live with but I didn't find a part no. yet. Anybody?
    On the other hand I can use the one that came with the MOMO steering wheel first.
    Have you tried Marc Perez or JP for the horn button?

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    Type S - Part no: 78514-SL0-Z71ZA


    Quote Originally Posted by goldnsx View Post
    The 78514-SL0-R01 (red 'H') is out of stock at my supplier. The Type-S/Zero had a black one I could live with but I didn't find a part no. yet. Anybody?
    On the other hand I can use the one that came with the MOMO steering wheel first.

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