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We've done a few 12C wheels already but had not had a chance to get the 12Cwheel loaded into our online configurator. We finally got it up and running this week.

The Configurator allows you to design the steerig wheel as you want it. You'll pick carbon, leather types, stitching, 12 o'clock rings, thickness etc. The program also computes the customization cost automatically for you.

Thick wheel:

http://www.macarbon.com/wheel_config/conf.php?uid=81,M0c0,M0c0,M1c0,M0c0,M0c0,M0c4,M0c4

Normal Wheel:

http://www.macarbon.com/wheel_config/conf.php?uid=80,M0c0,M0c0,M1c0,M0c0,M0c0,M0c4,M0c4

The way our wheel program works is we build the wheel for you using 'our' core wheel. We then ship the customized wheel to you for installation. Your mechanic will transfer the electronics (paddles etc) from your wheel to ours. Then the old wheel is shipped back to us. (Or you can keep your old wheel if you want to incur the extra cost.)

With this process, your car is not off the road for more than the time ittakes the mechanic to swap the wheel.

For example, here is a configuration that Cort got and posted:
http://www.macarbon.com/wheel_config/conf.php?uid=81,M0c0,M0c0,M2c0,M0c0,M1c0,M3c0,M0c6

Here is Cort's thread:
http://www.mclarenlife.com/forums/mclaren-mp4-12c-p11/1506-new-macarbon-steering-wheel.html


We've also added quite a few interior parts to our 12C product line. We're out of stock on a few but contact us if what you want is not showing as available.

http://www.macarbon.com/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=177
 

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I had a thicker steering wheel on my Porsche back in the day and it made a huge difference. Looks like you've put a lot of thought and craftsmanship into your product.
 

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We've done a few 12C wheels already but had not had a chance to get the 12Cwheel loaded into our online configurator. We finally got it up and running this week.

The Configurator allows you to design the steerig wheel as you want it. You'll pick carbon, leather types, stitching, 12 o'clock rings, thickness etc. The program also computes the customization cost automatically for you.

Thick wheel:

http://www.macarbon.com/wheel_config/conf.php?uid=81,M0c0,M0c0,M1c0,M0c0,M0c0,M0c4,M0c4

Normal Wheel:

http://www.macarbon.com/wheel_config/conf.php?uid=80,M0c0,M0c0,M1c0,M0c0,M0c0,M0c4,M0c4

The way our wheel program works is we build the wheel for you using 'our' core wheel. We then ship the customized wheel to you for installation. Your mechanic will transfer the electronics (paddles etc) from your wheel to ours. Then the old wheel is shipped back to us. (Or you can keep your old wheel if you want to incur the extra cost.)

With this process, your car is not off the road for more than the time ittakes the mechanic to swap the wheel.

For example, here is a configuration that Cort got and posted:
http://www.macarbon.com/wheel_config/conf.php?uid=81,M0c0,M0c0,M2c0,M0c0,M1c0,M3c0,M0c6

Here is Cort's thread:
http://www.mclarenlife.com/forums/mclaren-mp4-12c-p11/1506-new-macarbon-steering-wheel.html


We've also added quite a few interior parts to our 12C product line. We're out of stock on a few but contact us if what you want is not showing as available.

http://www.macarbon.com/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=177
Hey John your configurator app doesn't seem to be working, I've tried several times from my iPhone without avail. Please advise. Cheers....??
 

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Its Flash.... Apple doesn't work!

Extreme,

We built the program with Adobe Flash - and Apple products usually don't support flash. If we had to do it over again.. would do something different. But nothing we can do now!

So you'll need to try it from a windows PC. If you don't have one, send me the config you want and I'll draw it up and send you a picture and a quote.
 

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Excellent I figured you would have a valid reason for it not working on my phone. It seems in this day and age we tend to do everything on our phones, I will head to my laptop and give it a try. Cheers....??
 
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