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      01-11-2007, 01:41 AM   #1
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///M Coupe steering wheel on 335i?

I was wondering if it's possible to use the Z M coupe steering wheel on a 335i? I'm currently attending the CES show till thursday and I stopped by the THX booth and they had a new gray Z M coupe there and I really like the steering wheel it was super thick feels really comfortable especially for hard driving. So I was just wondering I could retro it to my car and if so how much bucks?
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I was wondering if it's possible to use the Z M coupe steering wheel on a 335i? I'm currently attending the CES show till thursday and I stopped by the THX booth and they had a new gray Z M coupe there and I really like the steering wheel it was super thick feels really comfortable especially for hard driving. So I was just wondering I could retro it to my car and if so how much bucks?
That wheel is by far the best BMW wheel around. I have no idea if it is retrofitable (is that even a word?), but the only place I've seen it is on ebay and it goes for nearly $900 (http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-Z...spagenameZWD1V). The M-technik/M-sport wheel is easily found on ebay from seller AGE Tuning (http://stores.ebay.com/AGE-Tuning). It's very similar, if not the same in thickness, and has all of the buttons corresponding to the e9x cars..... as the MZ4 wheel wont take the front pannel with the swithches and dosent have as many buttons as the e9x's on it's plate. The AGE_tuning guy has two models for the e92.... one with perforated leather and black stitching, and one with softer leather and the M-style red/blue stitching. The latter is out of stock, but he'll have more soon, I hear. Both are super thick and have the small diameter of the MZ4 wheel. Hope this helps.
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      01-12-2007, 05:18 AM   #3
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      01-12-2007, 08:58 PM   #4
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I doubt it would fit. The wireing harness for the electricals are most likely different too. Just my 2 cents but im not really sure about it. GL, the m6 steering wheels is super nice. Thick and has those thumb rests.
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I want the M-technik wheel. Just not sure if it's $200 worth of difference.
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