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      02-14-2012, 05:56 PM   #1
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M-Sport Steering Wheel Trim

Hi everyone,

Simple question, will an M-Sport steering wheel trim fit an SE Sport steering wheel (as standard fitted to the 335i).

I want to get my standard sport steering wheel retrimmed with perforated leather and made thicker, then get the M-sport trim and attach it.

Sound plausible?
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      02-14-2012, 06:25 PM   #2
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Should do, there is only a slight difference in shape and the fittings are the same. I have a sport trim on an m sport wheel.
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      02-14-2012, 08:20 PM   #3
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Why not just change the steering wheel? I'm considering changing my se steering wheel for an m sport one
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      02-15-2012, 02:39 AM   #4
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Because good condition MSport wheels with paddle shifters are about 450.

However a professional retrim is about 120 and the trim about 40 for something that will look identical and have tristitched colour stitching too which is nice.

If I had a manual car or didn't need the paddles, buying a M Sport wheel from ebay would have been a complete no brainer because they're only about 100!! Grrrr
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      02-15-2012, 09:36 AM   #5
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Because good condition MSport wheels with paddle shifters are about 450.

However a professional retrim is about 120 and the trim about 40 for something that will look identical and have tristitched colour stitching too which is nice.

If I had a manual car or didn't need the paddles, buying a M Sport wheel from ebay would have been a complete no brainer because they're only about 100!! Grrrr
Ooh OK you have the paddle shift. I dont as its just an 320 so much cheaper as you say, for me to just get the wheel changed
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Just bumping this back up.

Just wondering if anyone knew for sure? I want to get the "M-Sport" cover



for my Sport steering wheel.

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      03-01-2012, 08:57 AM   #7
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Different shape mate. Don't think it will work.

Why not get it trimmed with the wheel?
It would look well with leather or a carbon film

Would your paddles not transfer to an M-Sport wheel?
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      03-01-2012, 09:02 AM   #8
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i'll check later, I have both the m sport trim and sport wheel in the garage
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Should be exact fit.
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i'll check later, I have both the m sport trim and sport wheel in the garage
That'd be fantastic.

Thanks very much!
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ok, the trim fits but not perfectly. All the holes for where the trim fits into the wheel are fine however, the trim does not cover the entire wheel with a small section between the 'spokes/arms' below the buttons ever so slightly wider than the trim. That being the case I wouldn't fit the m sport trim to the sport wheel but for reference, the sport trim looks fine on the m sport wheel.
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      03-02-2012, 03:21 PM   #12
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Hi, cheers for doing this and letting me know. Thinking about going down the genuine m sport route now.
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Drag this one back up!

Anyone who has swapped Sport to M Sport, whats it like? Interested in the feel in the hands than the look!

I'm guessing its slightly smaller radius and a bit thicker?
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its the same radius but just more padding /thicker plastic underneath.
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its the same radius but just more padding /thicker plastic underneath.
Cool thank you, just been speaking to Royal Steering Wheels who can pad mine out and retrim it nicely. Also sells retrrimed m sport wheels aswell. Could be a tough decision ahead!!
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      12-11-2013, 02:40 AM   #16
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I had the same sport steering wheel on my 335d. Swapped it over for the m3 tri colour stitch and m3 paddles. Cost me 220 on eBay and fits perfect.
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