Momo Leather Steering Wheel

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Description:
Momo's leather-wrapped racing steering wheel. Make your car easier to handle and more fun to drive as well as add a sporty look to the interior.

 
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Reviewed by:
Alejandro Valerin


Review Date
July 16, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
1 to 6 months

Visitors rate this review
4.90 of 5, 39.00 votes

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Review 1 of 5 , from Guatemala

Price Paid:  $180.00

Year / Model Reviewed:
 Momo Race

Strengths:
EXCELENT ergonomic design, specially the part on which you can place and lock your hands on the sides (the part between your thumb and fore fingers). I felt the difference also on fastest turns, since it's smaller than the one I had by default. Temperature free, not to hot, not to cold, GREAT leather.

Weaknesses:
Can't see a portion of my speedometer.

Summary:
My Opel Corsa came with a big steering wheel, that's why I decided to change it. The firt product that came to my head was MOMO, so I bought it.

Similar Products Used:
None



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Reviewed by:
derek


Review Date
February 12, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

Used product for
More than 3 years

Visitors rate this review
5.00 of 5, 34.00 votes

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Review 2 of 5 , from sunnyvale, ca

Year / Model Reviewed:
 Momo Monte Carlo & Race

Strengths:
Ergonomics, functionality, easy installation, overall feel

Weaknesses:
Viewing angle: difficult to see the 10 - 2 o'clock portion of the speedo & tach guages because diameter is smaller the factory steering wheel.

Summary:
I've owned a Momo Monte Carlo steering for almost 15 years. This same wheel has been installed in a '79 Rx-7, '88 M3, and '91 Integra. Quality is superb -- no flaking of the leather and no breakdown of the threads sewn into the leather. Someday I'll have retire this wheel, but it feels too good to give up.

Recently purchase the Momo Race wheel for a '95 M3. Overall feel and grip is excellent. Quality is up to Momo standards. This wheel will stay with me if the M3 is ever sold.

Similar Products Used:
factory steering wheels



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Reviewed by:
Adam McClure


Review Date
July 21, 2000

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

Used product for
1 to 3 years

Visitors rate this review
5.00 of 5, 26.00 votes

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Review 3 of 5 , from Santa Clara, CA, USA

Year / Model Reviewed:
 1989 VW Jetta GTX

Strengths:
great wheel - never too hot or too cold. excellent response time with neuspeed upper strut tie bar added. I also have a matching gear shift.

Weaknesses:
sometimes it flakes off on my hands - usually due to moisture and beating (i'm a drummer)

Summary:
This one came with my car - I have no idea how much it costs, but if you can afford it, buy it - its soo much smaller than a normal SW so you have more control.

Similar Products Used:
better than any other steering wheel i've tried



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Reviewed by:
darryl


Review Date
April 12, 2000

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
More than 3 years

Visitors rate this review
4.84 of 5, 25.00 votes

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Review 4 of 5 , from toronto

Year / Model Reviewed:
 92 300zx turbo

Strengths:
fantastic ergonomics, suede leather is not too hot in summer and warm when cold out, great grip (no slip), best craftsmanship, different horn buttons available, lots of suppliers,recognized name, lots of compliments on it, no stitching to cause blisters

Weaknesses:
eventually suede wears down leaving smooth finish, no proper adaptor for hicas hub, had to modify steering column, 4 spoke better for highway cruising, would have liked slightly larger size so as not to block gauges as much, hub and horn button costs extra as well as installation $$$$!

Summary:
wouldn't bother with most other brands except maybe a couple of sparco designs which are very similiar.

Similar Products Used:
looked at grant and several others, momo the best design, options, ergonomics, colours, longevity, quality, resale value



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Reviewed by:
Garrick


Review Date
October 14, 1999

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 3 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

Visitors rate this review
5.00 of 5, 30.00 votes

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Review 5 of 5 , from Palo Alto, CA, USA

Strengths:
Nicely made and nice to hold

Weaknesses:
Expensive

Summary:
Put a Momo Corsica on my '85 Mustang. Very nice wheel. Good craftsmanship, very nice to hold in your hand. Of course, compared to a stock wheel from Ford, it's hard to do bad! 3 stars because it wasn't cheap, 4 stars because I like it anyway.




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