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      10-16-2009, 07:58 AM   #1
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FS: BMW Performance Steering Wheel

I received this cool toy from my uncle and I was very excited when I opened the box. However, I got this steering wheel installed for about a week only, and I don't like how the way how it looks. I think this steering is way too sporty to me, and I want to keep my interior more luxurious and elegant. I'm selling it for $9k because I only used it for less than 2 weeks and it totally works fine (HK BMW Concessionaires sells it for about $11,500 and another $2,000 installation, which comes to a total of $13,500). I can help any 335i owner to install this steering for additional $1k. Everything is included inside the box, steering wheel, wire harness, and instruction manual. Serious buyer only and no lowballers please.





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      10-17-2009, 11:15 PM   #2
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Dear Jack,

I'm kind of interested and whilst, I just wanted to know one thing if the wheel is exactly like the M3 leather stitch one except yours is just using half alcantra but the size of the grib and everything is exactly the M3 one??? I originally wanted to upgrade mine to the M3 version and whilst, yours may be a final end road of the steering wheel solution!!

Seriously, Bimmer is kind of ripe off for 335 owners like us in giving such kind of lousy plastic feel, sport steering wheel to us for top of the line model of M series (except M3)!! The Audi S4 or even S5 for the same tier of cars won't be such worst!!
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Is anyone reading this??? 9k?????!!!!! WTF??!!
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      10-17-2009, 11:42 PM   #4
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9k = 9k hong kong dollars. = around 1100 USD

HK goods especially car parts are more expensive than in the states.
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Live rates at 2009.10.18 07:55:58 UTC
9,000.00 HKD = 1,161.29 USD
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Here is a good review of the part, if anyone is interested: http://www.mwerks.com/artman2/publis...ng_Wheel.shtml
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