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Old 09-26-2002, 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by RX-7Aggie' date='Sep 26 2002, 05:28 PM
on those interior pics for the guage thread, what kind of momo wheel is that. momo shift **** too? is that a short throw shifter? the guages look good.



i have an autometer guage, single a pillar mount. i'm thinking about going to the double pod a-pillar setup, adding a temp guage. i'm thinking black from rx-7.com
The Momo wheel is a factory option on the JDM 3rd generations, it was a direct fit, no hub needed, horn works, the whole nine. The shifter **** is a Team Voodoo 3rd generation **** ( that I drilled and metric tapped to fit my car), engraved with the RX-7 logo and 5-speed pattern, matches the bezels of the Auto Meter carbon fiber gauges pretty close. The shifter looks shorter because the **** is nice and stubby, it has some good weight to it as well, its a clear powdercoated spun aluminum ****. That pod you can probably get from one of our sponsers, as well as Summit Racing. The rubber holds up great, I fixed my plastic one, you will need the A/C vents, they arent the same
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team voodoo also makes e brake covers for the miata, and the ebrake is the same as an fb, or fc



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Originally Posted by j9fd3s' date='Sep 26 2002, 05:44 PM
team voodoo also makes e brake covers for the miata, and the ebrake is the same as an fb, or fc



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I got the leather ebrake handle from a S5, and I have a leather e-brake boot that I have sitting in the package it came in, next to the lever, why I bother getting this **** for a car I dont even get to drive is beyond me?
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Originally Posted by Rob x-7' date='Sep 26 2002, 02:49 PM
[quote name='j9fd3s' date='Sep 26 2002, 05:44 PM']team voodoo also makes e brake covers for the miata, and the ebrake is the same as an fb, or fc



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I got the leather ebrake handle from a S5, and I have a leather e-brake boot that I have sitting in the package it came in, next to the lever, why I bother getting this **** for a car I dont even get to drive is beyond me?[/quote]

haha, i know. my car was off the road for 6 months, but it had nice ebrake handles



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Originally Posted by j9fd3s' date='Sep 26 2002, 05:53 PM
[quote name='Rob x-7' date='Sep 26 2002, 02:49 PM'][quote name='j9fd3s' date='Sep 26 2002, 05:44 PM']team voodoo also makes e brake covers for the miata, and the ebrake is the same as an fb, or fc



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I got the leather ebrake handle from a S5, and I have a leather e-brake boot that I have sitting in the package it came in, next to the lever, why I bother getting this **** for a car I dont even get to drive is beyond me?[/quote]

haha, i know. my car was off the road for 6 months, but it had nice ebrake handles



mike[/quote]

My car runs though, I just get no chance to drive it, 700 miles this year, and this October is 7 years I have the car, 11,000 miles in 7 years I have it, most of the miles I did put on it was right away when I got it. When I do drive the car, its usually for at least 100+ miles a shot though.
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When I did my interior wiring/new instruments, etc...I replaced my plastic '88 SE center w/ a rubber one from the '89GTU I used to get the rest of my stuff. It fits just fine...especially w/ an aftermarket head unit. I even had a installation kit for the 88 console, but it still worked w/ the radio and 89 center. You will need the center A/C vents too...
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Rob, where did you get the Momo wheel for the 3rd gen?
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Originally Posted by dysthymia' date='Sep 26 2002, 11:28 PM
Rob, where did you get the Momo wheel for the 3rd gen?
From some guy in Japan, Ill try to find his email address
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Originally Posted by Rob x-7' date='Sep 28 2002, 01:38 AM
[quote name='dysthymia' date='Sep 26 2002, 11:28 PM']Rob, where did you get the Momo wheel for the 3rd gen?
From some guy in Japan, Ill try to find his email address[/quote]

Sweet, thanks, how much did it cost, if you don't mind my asking?
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Originally Posted by dysthymia' date='Sep 28 2002, 05:09 AM
[quote name='Rob x-7' date='Sep 28 2002, 01:38 AM'][quote name='dysthymia' date='Sep 26 2002, 11:28 PM']Rob, where did you get the Momo wheel for the 3rd gen?
From some guy in Japan, Ill try to find his email address[/quote]

Sweet, thanks, how much did it cost, if you don't mind my asking?[/quote]

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something like $200 shipped I think? He had those Efini steering wheels, but the MOMO looked so nice, and there is no other Efini **** on my car
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