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    Default M-tech 1 or M-tech 2 Steering wheel

    Not going to put in the Grant wheel. I was on ebay, and there is a M-tech 1, and 2 f/s. Both are going for about $40 each with 23hours left. Any negs about these?
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    middle one looks best


    Corey Horton
    1992 BMW 535i

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    Quote Originally Posted by clhorton
    middle one looks best
    I second that. I have it and it's just the right size and thickness... erm... I'm still talking about the wheel
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    Do you mean the top right hand side? If so I have to disagree. I think the top left is a better looking wheel.
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    Wingman
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    My E34 came with the M-Tech 2 wheel (center pic) fitted as standard.
    It just feels exactly like I always wanted a steering wheel to feel.
    The one on the right seems ergonomically similar (especially where your thumbs sit) but looks a bit more suited to 'Fast & Furious' if you ask me.

    1990 E34 535iA, 215,000kms (130,000 miles).
    Dual Climate, Rear Headrests, Rollerblind, M-Tech Wheel,
    Memory Seats, EAT Chip, T-Stars.

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    my car came with the first one but i changed to the second one - swapped from my e30 before sale and i feel its much better- and man is that price cheap!

    kev535i south oz

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    Middle one.
    Lowered with blue h&r(?) springs, Bilsteins, tint, 19# design 3 injectors, Dual Magnaflow
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    Poll Time!
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    M-tech 1 for the older models.
    I have the '89 with the M-tech 1 as standard

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    John I have a M Tech II....standard i thought
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