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Old 07-07-2009, 03:54 AM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone has a Nardi Deep corn in 330 or 350. I am considering getting one but not sure how hard it will be to use turn signals with it.

If you got one whats your opinion of it? Post some pics if you got some.
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Its a bit more of a reach with my 350, but its not bad. Still can use them with your hand on the wheel. I'm loving mine so far, one of the best buys I have made for my Miata.
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I love it, my rack is depowered and it can be bit tough when the car isnt moving if your a girl. Otherwise its awesome. If i tracked the car more i would have a suede wheel.
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I'm guessing you don't reach the blinker with that setup huh? I have a standard length Works Bell hub (which I waited a ridiculous 3 months for, damn JDM parts) and its only about an inch closer to the driver than stock. Yours looks more like 3'' closer.
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I reach it just fine, took a bit of getting used to but its completely normal now that i have been driving it this way for the past two years.
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damn, thats really far. I have a momo hub and a used momo corsa wheel right now, but want something different. Is suede wheel fine for daily driving or not really?
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Users choice really. I like the look of regular leather more than suede. Suede grips better for racing.
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I have a momo 350 champion wheel with momo hub and ltb quick release. It is a little farther from the blinker and headlight stalks, but you get used to it real quick. With out the quick release I was turning the blinkers on with my knuckles. I too wish I had a suede wheel for racing, I'm a bit white knuckled on my wheel now to keep a good grip on it.
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SIMPLE, you grab the signal stalk and CAREFULY bend it toward the steering wheel.
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I love my 330 Deep Corn!! Used it in an NA and NB for daily duties. I have zero issues with the wiper/signal stalks; easy to reach & use...and they're never in the way.
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I have a deep dish wheel but a solid mount, it's the perfect distance, you can easily use the stalks.

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