NRG Black SRS Version Short Hub
Part Number: SRK-131H


NRG Black SRS Version Short Hub
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    Description

    NRG Innovation has developed another complement to our quick release steering kits. These units were designed specially so that an aftermarket steering wheel installed with the quick release kit still mounts in the same location, not too close to the driver. Made from the highest quality aluminum. Our Short Hubs are made to work with our Quick Release Products. This product is designed utilizing one piece solid construction for the maxim in durability and usability.

    Incorporates SRS spring and SRS resistors.
    • Incorporates the factory clock-spring
    • Comes with SRS resistors
    • Easy horn wiring
    • Easy install
    • Matte black finish
    • 1 piece construction

    Cars that will fit this hub:

    • 97-08: Acura TL | RL
    • 03-08: Acura Integra
    • 03-12: Honda Accord
    • 01-11: Honda Civic
    • 01-07: Honda Fit
    • All: Acura RSX & TSX
    • All: Honda CR-V | CR-Z | S2000


    Specifications

    Brand: NRG
    Part Number: SRK-131H
    Color: Black

    Vehicle Fitment

    Acura RSX



    Honda Accord


    Honda Civic




    Honda CR-V


    Honda CRZ


    Honda Fit


    Honda Prelude


    Honda S2000


    2 reviews for NRG Black SRS Version Short Hub

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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

    8/24/2015 by Samuel Hui

    Great

    eazy to install and keeps the SRS light from coming on after you do the SRS reset...


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

    3/13/2014 by Michael Satke

    A precision part

    This part, along with one of NRG's Quick Release units, has allowed me to finish the interior of my 02 RSX Type S. I've had the car since new in August of 01 and after 103000 miles it's still fun to drive. Now it's perfect. I've had a Dino wood rimmed steering wheel on a shelf in my garage for twenty-five years. This part has let me put it back in service. I made a few changes to this part to make it a better match, glass beading the paint off so it matches the spokes of the steering wheel and milling a small grove for the harness of the cruise control switches. I made a bracket form aluminum billet that bolts to the assembly to mount the switches and glass beaded it as well for a perfect match. The cruise control switch assembly required minor modification to fit properly so I found one on Ebay for twenty-four dollars keeping the original intact with the stock steering wheel.