If you use an after market get one with large enough centre bore that you don't require a hub adaptor which only changes the position of the wheel closer which is no good. Sparco make wheels suitable to fit wthout hub adaptor as i bought one but ended up using it on another car.
I have a leccara wheel in my Indy, had to order, and have spokes painted black. they are usally polished. alum. 13 1/2" wheel. comes with horn button, think I had to order hub adapter. but on mine a friend inserted the Indy logo. Ron T
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We put some Carbon Fiber accents in our Fiero and then had a stock Fiero steering wheel wrapped in real carbon fiber then clear coated. Also had it wrapped with new black leather. Stock wheel with a sporty aftermarket style:
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Originally posted by BlackTopRacing: We put some Carbon Fiber accents in our Fiero and then had a stock Fiero steering wheel wrapped in real carbon fiber then clear coated. Also had it wrapped with new black leather. Stock wheel with a sporty aftermarket style:
Why not just make an actual reproduction wheel out of pure carbon fiber, instead of just wrapping the OE wheel, at that point?
While I do not wish to jump into the "which wheel looks best argument" , all of the aftermarket steering wheels that I have seen, required a spacer /adapter and have installed 1" or more farther back than the stock wheel. In my case space to the wheel is already limited so aftermarket is not a consideration.
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