Well that is something good to think about. Maybe, I will look at other oem wheels.If this is a path your serious about, keep in mind you'll want to keep airbag function, and you'll more than likely be saying goodbye to your steering wheel controls ...
Grant makes good quality stuff ;
One pretty trick move I've seen on a few Honda's, is switching the wheel for another OEM Honda - example a Civic Si-R wheel in a Fit, or an RDX with it's nav unit in an old NSX ... food for thought, but changing the steering wheel on a modern car is NOT as simple as changing the wheel on an old hot rod ...
Thank you for the chart. Very helpful!Maybe ... see below summary from this thread ;
Taking into consideration spline counts and column size, but not offset of the wheel itself. (You could still have clearance issues even if the shaft and socket match up!)
The following Hondas use 33 spline:
03-07 Accord Euro R
96-00 Civic (377mm diameter)
The following Hondas use 29 spline:
90-93 Accord (377mm diameter)
92-97 del Sol (371mm diameter)
88-91 Prelude (371mm diameter)
*Keep in mind some cars have single stage airbags and some cars have dual stage airbags, which means there is one charge for low impact collisions and another for high speed collisions. Using the airbag type not matched to the car could cause your SRS system to not work properly.