The Nardi Steering wheel..........

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The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby simonbuk » Tue 29.08.2017, 10:25

What is the Nardi steering wheel ? Is this fitted to the S2 as standard ? I know there are many as its an aftermarket brand but was there one specifically for the M100 in limited numbers ?
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby theelanman » Tue 29.08.2017, 10:35

its was an s2 option...........rare thing.........
and last one I saw see was about £450.....I think it was used on the S4 esprit too........

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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby clemo » Tue 29.08.2017, 10:39

Yes .
Was part of the option package not the later Esprits and S2 elans .
It is surprising how may S2's carry the standard wheel though .

Theelanman you are correct .
And the last ebay sold S2 wheel did indeed go for just over £450
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby simonbuk » Tue 29.08.2017, 10:50

Good, as i'm hoping Kermit is wearing one !!
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby simonbuk » Tue 29.08.2017, 11:00

theelanman wrote:
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I assume the steering wheel is on the right ;)
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby simonbuk » Tue 29.08.2017, 11:09

Is this a Nardi ?
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby theelanman » Tue 29.08.2017, 11:22

looks like a Nardi to me....altho' most people put theirs the other way up......
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby simonbuk » Tue 29.08.2017, 11:29

Whooppeee !! Its like Christmas has come early :bananasex:
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby Giniw » Tue 29.08.2017, 12:28

It's true it's a bit more beautiful than that infamous air bag version ... x_x
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby markv » Tue 29.08.2017, 16:26

The Nardi is the most fun upgrade I've done to my Elan SE. The steering feels so much better than the standard steering wheel. :burnout:
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby Rambo » Tue 29.08.2017, 16:30

theelanman wrote:looks like a Nardi to me....altho' most people put theirs the other way up......
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Maybe this is a Nerdy rather than a Nardi Gareth :lol: :lol:
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby alan e » Tue 29.08.2017, 19:07

I have a Nardi wheel on my 92 SE and I don't think it was fitted as a aftermarket replacement, I will be at Brands Hatch on Saturday and if you ask I my just let you look at it or I may not. :D
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby Rambo » Tue 29.08.2017, 19:25

Hope yours is the right way up Alan :lol:
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby alan e » Tue 29.08.2017, 19:44

Hard to tell its round on all 4 corners
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby Rambo » Tue 29.08.2017, 20:29

So what is so different about a Nardi wheel vs OEM ? And what's so special ? And why does it justify a £450 price tag when it does virtually the same as mine ie turn he wheels in the direction you want ?
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby muley » Tue 29.08.2017, 20:35

It's a lot nicer to look at and smaller. Feels more sporty.


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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby Giniw » Tue 29.08.2017, 20:51

Smaller than the non SIR SE one? From here I would have said they look pretty similar in size?! (but I have never seen a Nardi one so ...)
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby Rambo » Tue 29.08.2017, 20:55

Would an Elise steering wheel fit ?
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby alan e » Tue 29.08.2017, 20:56

Rambo wrote:So what is so different about a Nardi wheel vs OEM ? And what's so special ? And why does it justify a £450 price tag when it does virtually the same as mine ie turn he wheels in the direction you want ?


The thing that is different is I have one and well YOU HAVEN'T :D :D
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Re: The Nardi Steering wheel..........

Postby alan e » Tue 29.08.2017, 21:02

Rambo wrote:Would an Elise steering wheel fit ?


I think it will but you will need to fit a boss or a adapter kit I am sure someone here has fitted one to a Elan?
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