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Old 09-15-2011, 08:53 AM   #1
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Difference Between NRG Quick release 2.0 and 3.0?

I just discovered these things now that I'm actually putting stuff into my car and I figured that with my incoming armrest it would make a fantastic combination for easy steering. So other that the 3.0 having that batman wing looking protrusion coming out what is the difference between the two. And what is that thing for anyways?
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:03 AM   #2
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Probably the best place to find the answer: http://www.getnrg.com/products/quick-release
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:07 AM   #3
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Good call. Good info. I see now that the ring is there to make the release easier. I think that flaring stuff is a little too ostentatious, though. I wouldn't want to draw attention to the thing. There are thieves about, you know.

Another question about these things. Is a hub necessary to mount them to the column?
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Old 09-15-2011, 09:19 AM   #4
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Yes you need a hub
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Do you also need an aftermarket steering wheel or can the stock rsx wheel with cruise controls work with it?
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You need an aftermarket wheel. You can rig up cruise to work with it.
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Old 09-15-2011, 01:35 PM   #7
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You'll need a short hub and an aftermarket steering wheel in order for this to work. This allows you to remove your steering wheel. Just get Gen 2.0. The other versions basically allows you to remove the steering wheel a lot easier easier, but they're useless unless you drive around with racing gloves; then gen 2.5 + will be good for you.
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Dude, you're really helpful lol... and yea, I've seen that. Setups with cruise control rigged up elsewhere because the quick release is solid and you cant run wires through it. That's fine by me, but do you suppose it is possible to rig up the stock steering wheel to work with the quick release? I kinda like my steering wheel... has anyone done it. I've seen what I believe is the Type R wheel on it, so why not the stock?
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Dude, you're really helpful lol... and yea, I've seen that. Setups with cruise control rigged up elsewhere because the quick release is solid and you cant run wires through it. That's fine by me, but do you suppose it is possible to rig up the stock steering wheel to work with the quick release? I kinda like my steering wheel... has anyone done it. I've seen what I believe is the Type R wheel on it, so why not the stock?
It wouldn't work. You have plugs & wires that wouldn't allow it, plus the center piece that attaches to the steering shaft.

If you want to go in the route of a quick release, make sure to get a short hub that comes with an SRS airbag eliminator like the Splash ones. These are plug n play. Then you can use the NRG QR and aftermarket steering wheel of your choice.

There's a lot to choose from. Spoon, Sparco, OMP, Momo, Nardi, Personal, Key's Racing, etc.
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Is there a certain model number QR that you'd have to get to fit rsx?
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Alright so you basically just get the hub you want and it bolts up? Is there certain models that you'd need to fit certain wheels? Such as nardi?
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Most aftermarket wheels have the same universal bolt pattern
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Alright so all I would need to do is have my aftermarket wheel and have this http://www.getnrg.com/products/quick...-2.0/srk-200gm and I'd just take it and mount it up to my colomn and be able to bolt my wheel up with no problems?
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And what about the thin version? Same thin basically?
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You will need a hub, a quick release and a steering wheel. You could get the NRG short hub which they sell on CRSX. There are other hubs such as Bells. The hub mounts to the steering column. The quick release is mounted onto the hub. The steering wheel mounts to the quick release. The quick release allows for aftermarket steering wheels to be used and also allows for them to come off easily and be replaced.
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Old 09-25-2011, 09:16 PM   #17
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That clears everything up hah appreciate that.
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This thread just answered most of my questions
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