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Hey peoples....just wondering if I would be able to put an aftermarket steering wheel into my 91 L coupe.....is it hard, do i need a Hub?......and what about the cruise control buttons, would I lose those??//
 

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You can have what you want but like the picture you lose the Air bag/audio&cuise control buttons. If you decide to sell the car you better know how to put it all back...
 

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Yeah you'll need a hub adapter, you can get that Momo shown in the picture at any performance shop or place that sells after market stuff. They cost $$$ at least 5-650 or more for that one. Try on line first, you'll probably find one cheaper.
 

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DrDre1443 said:
Hey peoples....just wondering if I would be able to put an aftermarket steering wheel into my 91 L coupe.....is it hard, do i need a Hub?......and what about the cruise control buttons, would I lose those??//
I ask me... WHY ? Why are you planning, to remove the factory steering wheel to replace it with the new steering wheel???
 

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What are the advantages of aftermarket steering wheels?...Seem kinda like a downgrade...Losing volume controls, Cruise controls, and do you lose the horn??
 

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It depends on your intentions. If you want the sporty driver feel, the OEM Acura steering wheel doesn't cut it. For feel, fit, and drivability, that MOMO will be better. OUt leather steering wheel is sometimes a bit too slippery when doind some spirited driving. The MOMO is thicker and grippier, which is better for sport driving. Most of us who have aftermarket decks have lost the steering wheel controls anyway, (Yes, I know about the Periphial adaptor), and the cruise control buttons can be easily moved if you really wanted to keep it. As for looks, I like the Mono better than OEM. I would do it if I had the money.
 

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richard: I bought it through my mechanic. I think I paid over $300.00 for the steering wheel and hub. I'll warn you now, its not a direct installation. I suggest you find someone who is very familiar installing aftermarket steering wheels. I remember my mechanic had to do some customization to make the stalk for the signal light return after you have completed the turn.

Good Luck,

Mike
 
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