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      03-11-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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      03-11-2013, 07:45 PM   #2
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for auto or manual? can you add paddle shifters to this wheel?
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      03-11-2013, 07:48 PM   #3
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for manual trans, I believe the wheel is different for auto/DCT cars.
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      03-12-2013, 06:35 AM   #4
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The only difference between a dct wheel and a manual wheel is the cut out for the paddles an the xtra harness for the paddles which can be removed. I have an m3 dct wheel on my 6mt 135. I removed the paddles an the xtra harness for the paddles. It bolts up to the car just the same an all the multi functions are plug an play. No one even realizes it was a dct wheel unless I tell them. Then they feel back behind it an feel the little cut outs an go oh wow lol. But u can't even see them unless you reach your head around back to look which is kinda hard
But if its a wheel from a manual car then it obviously won't work cuz three no cut outs for the paddles to mount to
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      03-16-2013, 11:00 AM   #5
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      03-18-2013, 09:21 PM   #7
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Shift knob has been sold. Wheel is available at new price of $275 shipped.
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ttt, the steering wheel is in like new condition. Cost new from online sellers is $540 for wheel and trim.
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The only difference between a dct wheel and a manual wheel is the cut out for the paddles an the xtra harness for the paddles which can be removed. I have an m3 dct wheel on my 6mt 135. I removed the paddles an the xtra harness for the paddles. It bolts up to the car just the same an all the multi functions are plug an play. No one even realizes it was a dct wheel unless I tell them. Then they feel back behind it an feel the little cut outs an go oh wow lol. But u can't even see them unless you reach your head around back to look which is kinda hard
But if its a wheel from a manual car then it obviously won't work cuz three no cut outs for the paddles to mount to
So this will fit on my auto (not DCT) e82?

OP: Is this still available?
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The only difference between a dct wheel and a manual wheel is the cut out for the paddles an the xtra harness for the paddles which can be removed. I have an m3 dct wheel on my 6mt 135. I removed the paddles an the xtra harness for the paddles. It bolts up to the car just the same an all the multi functions are plug an play. No one even realizes it was a dct wheel unless I tell them. Then they feel back behind it an feel the little cut outs an go oh wow lol. But u can't even see them unless you reach your head around back to look which is kinda hard
But if its a wheel from a manual car then it obviously won't work cuz three no cut outs for the paddles to mount to
So this will fit on my auto (not DCT) e82?

OP: Is this still available?
No it won't. If you had an auto 128 it would because those cars had no paddles. The 135s have always had paddles on the steering wheel even when it was just the auto trans and not a dct so for that reason this wheel will not work for you.
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