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Hello everyone! Finally I have finished the Nardi buttons project, and they look great, has the metal badge inside the clear button case, $75 each shipping included. These will only fit Nardi wheels, other style buttons available upon request.

PM me for details!


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Sorry I don't have a Nardi steering wheel on hand, and my current steering wheel has a large 9 bolt horn button.

At this time I ran out of the Nardi buttons, but the materials are on the way to have some more ready next week. 

Right now I only have the large 9 bolt buttons, 3 available, and I have a couple button tops for Banjo to replace the original cover with the black Porsche Crest I made, pictures attached.

I will also list radio brackets with modern radio included, also pictured, I have three available.

PM if interested in any of this stuff.

 

Jaime.

 

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Since I cannot selectively protect my trademarks without it causing a potential issue, I'll get with our PTO lawyers and have them draft  (or make a recommendation for) a quick temporary license allowing you to produce a Beck horn button using our enameled crests such as you have done with the P* crest badges.

I assume you used a 356A hood handle crest for th above P* horn buttons?  if so, our crest is the same size...

I got got around to installing the horn button I got from Jaime. It was very easy to replace the existing Nardi button that I had installed a Momo P emblem into.

I did have to add a ground wire, but that is due to the hub I'm using, not due to Jaime's button. The hole in the hub is too large, so I've installed some flexible plastic. The plastic prevents the button from grounding to the column. The wire bolts to the hub, competing the connection.

Pictures are 1. Wire and 6-32 bolt. 2. Installed wire. 3. Before. 4. After.

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Yes, sequential, they light up 1 at 5500, 1 + 2 at 6K, and all 3 at 6400, just before rev cut at 6500. A little overkill, but it's nice to see out of my peripheral vision while still paying attention to the road in front of me.

Megajolt has 4 user-controlled outputs, so I used three of them to directly operate the LEDs, they are way, way less than the 500 mA that the outputs can carry for current load. It's 4 wires, a common 12v feed and each output channel grounds when ON.

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"Yes, sequential, they light up 1 at 5500, 1 + 2 at 6K, and all 3 at 6400, just before rev cut at 6500. A little overkill, but it's nice to see out of my peripheral vision while still paying attention to the road in front of me."

What a useful idea.  I find it's sometimes difficult to closely watch the tach when booting along a tight winding road, but sequential lights would get your attention, even - as said - if just in your peripheral vision.

I like it!

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