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    Aftermarket Steering wheels and accessories

    Hey guys!

    I have finally taken a leap and decided to jump start my side project called PRSTG. Having worked in manufacturing overseas for years now, I decided to use my expertise to start a fun little side project making steering wheels and other nifty accessories with the classic euro car in mind. Personally owning two E30's (325i and an imported 323i), all products I design and sell heavily focus on products that I would personally want to run, and nothing else.

    Right now we have three different wheels up for sale, and more styles and materials to come. We are working on our own line of shift knobs as well that are designed in house and CNC'd with our own proprietary manufacturing facility (that I use for my primary business).

    Please check us out our website here, and also give us a follow on Instagram as well where we post not just product photos but various content pertaining to project builds and more.

    https://prstgcollective.com/

    https://www.instagram.com/prstgcollective/

    P.S.: We are also looking for sponsors as well, if you have a unique build and are looking to work with us, please DM me on here or Instagram. Thank you!
    Last edited by douglascarter; 08-30-2022, 11:36 PM.

    #2
    Interested to see how your wheels perform in a bend failure test.
    Check out the results from this video. Section on the steering wheels starts around the 2 minute mark.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kq8ItdWKvEQ
    My Build Threads:
    '87 BMW E30 325is Turbo
    '86 BMW E28 535i
    '98 BMW E36 328i
    '90 Mazda NA Miata Turbo
    '04 Jeep TJ
    '05 Yamaha R6

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      #3
      I too am interested to see some data on the structural rigidity. I'm always down to buy a good looking steering wheel, but as long as it's not made out of tin foil.

      You've certainly got a good price point. I could be convinced to pick one up...
      I don't even own this car anymore, but I'm too lazy to change the picture.

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        #4
        Originally posted by spike68 View Post
        I too am interested to see some data on the structural rigidity. I'm always down to buy a good looking steering wheel, but as long as it's not made out of tin foil.
        I sent him a PM since he mentioned sponsors. I'd be happy to document destructive testing on the wheels for the community if he sends them along.

        Otherwise like you said, it's not worth risking serious injury on an unknown brand wheel.
        My Build Threads:
        '87 BMW E30 325is Turbo
        '86 BMW E28 535i
        '98 BMW E36 328i
        '90 Mazda NA Miata Turbo
        '04 Jeep TJ
        '05 Yamaha R6

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