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      08-20-2011, 03:14 AM   #1
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FS: M3 Tri Stitched Steering Wheel w/ DCT Paddles

Item M3 Tri Stitched Steering Wheel w/ DCT Paddles
Condition Brand New, never used
Price sold
Postage Will post anywhere in Australia for approx $30, to be confirmed though

I bought this M3 wheel from the states on impulse..
M3 Wheel (link to Tischer) - $465
M3 DCT Paddles (link to Tischer) - $495
Total: $960 before postage


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You will need to reuse your airbag and fascia plate from your current car.
Here is a pic of Drew's M3 wheel retrofit:


Alternatively, I'll sell my Msport wheel with paddles for $350, perfect condition, pictures on request.

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      08-20-2011, 12:16 PM   #2
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Does your msport wheel with paddle look like the following?



If so, I may be interested... The M3 wheel looks tempting, but I like how I can change up/down using either hand.
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      08-20-2011, 03:47 PM   #3
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Does your msport wheel with paddle look like the following?



If so, I may be interested... The M3 wheel looks tempting, but I like how I can change up/down using either hand.
BMW did that on purpose because m3 owners (from what I have been told) are dumb as shit. After extensive testing, BMW discovered that m3 owners couldn't work the multi function 335 paddles, so they put a simple and - on the paddles ;-)
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      08-20-2011, 07:59 PM   #4
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Does your msport wheel with paddle look like the following?

If so, I may be interested... The M3 wheel looks tempting, but I like how I can change up/down using either hand.
Yes my Msport wheel is identical to that from what I can see. I am however selling the 'wheel with paddles' on its own as I'll be reusing the trim piece, airbag and buttons.. Will sell with trim piece for an extra ~$100 odd, have to check how much a new one for the M3 wheel would be.

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BMW did that on purpose because m3 owners (from what I have been told) are dumb as shit. After extensive testing, BMW discovered that m3 owners couldn't work the multi function 335 paddles, so they put a simple and - on the paddles ;-)

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      08-21-2011, 12:42 PM   #5
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do you know why the steering wheel does not have perforated leather?
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      08-21-2011, 06:10 PM   #6
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do you know why the steering wheel does not have perforated leather?
M3 one doesn't have perforations. GLWS stu.
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      08-21-2011, 06:33 PM   #7
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do you know why the steering wheel does not have perforated leather?
If you're referring to the M3 wheel, maybe cause BMW made it that way?

If you're referring to my Msport wheel, it does indeed have perforated leather.
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      08-28-2011, 02:50 AM   #8
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- The M3 wheel is now on my car, will still sell if someone is interested. Currently 60mins since it was 'brand new'.

- Msport wheel with paddles has been sold pending payment
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would the paddles on the M3 steering wheel work on 335? any mods on the wiring? i though they have different wirings? If it works, i am interested in buying them~~
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i have an m tech wheel with holes for paddles if anyone is interested?

also got one without holes too!!
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bump...

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      12-08-2011, 06:41 PM   #12
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You need to sort out your impulses
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hey stu,

I've pm you. Just wondering did you get it? hmm is the m3 steering thicker than the preforated m steering?
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It is ever so slightly chunkier. Feels meatier than M sport.
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hey stu,

I've pm you. Just wondering did you get it? hmm is the m3 steering thicker than the preforated m steering?
yeh sorry bout the late reply, pm replied!

the wheel is slightly thicker, you can have a look next time!
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I have E9X M3 DCT Paddles (no wheel) landing before the end of the month. $299 delivered Aus wide inc GST for the pair.
PnP for Msport wheel.

Part numbers:
(Left - 61317840476 and Right - 61317840477).

http://www.trademotion.com/partlocat...catalogid=4462

I have a limited number of E9X M3 DCT Wheels landing shortly as well, but these are accounted for, will go up for sale if it falls through.
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DCT Paddles in stock.

Msport LCI wheel in stock.

M3 DCT wheel sold pending payment.
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bump for:

- DCT Paddles
- Msport LCI Steering Wheel
- 1 x M3 DCT wheel available shortly
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