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Fitting a Personal(Nardi) Steering Wheel,What Bits ??

Just wondering what other bits I need,have a new steering wheel in the post wanna order the other bits to like the boss and quick release unit,want slimline parts if possible so the wheel isn't too far away from instruments! Also do I need a resistor to stop my airbag light coming on? It's for a 2009 FD2

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I have a works bell short hub and quick release on my s2000. You will also need something similar only specify when buying it's for an fd2. If going for a quick release you must get a short hub or else your wheel will be far too close to you.
If you don't opt for the quick release then a standard size boss like the works bell is what you want.


NRG are a good deal cheaper but are copies of the works bell stuff. I'd definitely recommend works bell. Quality is second to none.
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Just wondering what other bits I need,have a new steering wheel in the post wanna order the other bits to like the boss and quick release unit,want slimline parts if possible so the wheel isn't too far away from instruments! Also do I need a resistor to stop my airbag light coming on? It's for a 2009 FD2

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Hi Aidy.

For a quick release you need from Works Bell:

Short Boss Kit. Part no: 223S
Then the choice of hub. Blue, Red, Black etc.

If you go normal hub then Works Bell part no 224.

Be careful though, some Nardi wheels have a different bolt config to the universal standard.

And to answer your question regading airbag etc. Works Bell hubs come with a resistor to cancel that out.


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I have a works bell short hub and quick release on my s2000. You will also need something similar only specify when buying it's for an fd2. If going for a quick release you must get a short hub or else your wheel will be far too close to you.
If you don't opt for the quick release then a standard size boss like the works bell is what you want.


NRG are a good deal cheaper but are copies of the works bell stuff. I'd definitely recommend works bell. Quality is second to none.
I second that. NRG hubs are shyte. Nowhere near the quality of the Works Bell Rapfix series..
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