Porsche sport design steering wheel retrofit

porsche sport design steering wheel retrofit

Starting from May the new TECHART retrofit kit allows all drivers to upgrade their Porsche sport steering wheel or multifunction steering wheel featuring. I'm looking at getting into a 991.1 4S and lots of the cars have buttons on the steering wheel not the paddles on the sport design wheel. www.porscheclubgb.com › forum. porsche sport design steering wheel retrofit

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Upgrade sport design steering wheel to multifunction coding guide

Porsche 991.1/981/970 original equipped Sport Design Steering Wheel(With PDK shifts paddles version) and with Sport Chrono Package,upgrade to multifunction,no "Multifunction enable code" needed,in instrument display no ◊ button setting menu.

Have a simple way to add ◊ button setting menu in instrument display,PIWIS in development mode to enable Joker key, under (Manuelle Codierung mit MCR Regeln):

If need keep 991/981 ‘Paddle Neutral’ function-'pull both paddle shifters simultaneously PDK shifts to neutral',please keep Vehicle configuration data steering wheel type with Sport Design steering wheel,change steering wheel type to multifunction will lost ‘Paddle Neutral’ function.


991.1/981/958.1/970 old steering wheel is sport design WITHOUT sport sport chrono packageupgrade to multifunction steering wheel,need PIWIS coding the vehicle steering wheel type to multifunction,input"Multifunction enable code" and codingby PIWIS to activate multifunction.

997.2/987.2 is manual without multifunction,need replace steering control module to multifunction support hardware and PIWIS coding set multifunction to installed. If 997.2/987.2 is PDK version,upgrade to MF steering wheel only need perform this step: select to "steering col.switch" unit and read and erase all fault memories,Then switch to "codings" and set "Multi-function or Sport/Launch display" and “PDK” both options as "installed"

Following coding guide for (991.1/981/958/970)

1.Connect PIWIS,Press F7 or select "Add Menu".

2.Select "Maintentance of vehicle data".

3.1 Uncheck old none multifunction steering wheel,Select new MF steering wheel installed.(991.1/981),if new steering wheel with heating,please select ‘345-Steering Wheel Heating’ as installed.

3.2 Select new MF installed.(970 Panamera/958.1 Cayenne)

4.Press F8 to save.

5.In the overview page Ctrl+A select all ECUs.

6.Select "Coding adaptations" run "Automatic coding".

7.Select "Steering-Wheel Electronic",enter "Maintenance repairs" select "Function enable"

8.Input the enable code you get and save.

9.Clear all faults code,IGNITION OFFthe car,ignition on and enjoy new MF wheel.

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Thomas Schneider - June 3, 2020

Hello,
will install a steering whell from a 991.1 in my boxster 987 my 06 .
Which parts are needed ?
Please send me a note.
Regards
Thomas

Ernst Brunner - May 17, 2020

Hi, I’ve installed your adapter STMV1-H and the MF steering wheel with heating. I also swapped the clock spring unit. I now tried to activate these functions but I don’t have the coding for it. From where may I get the code to enable these functions?

Thank you for your assistance on this.

Best regards

Ernst

Michael Bisfelt - May 6, 2020

Hello,

I’m seeking guidance on what exactly to order to upgrade my steering wheel (got wheel and airbag) and I’ve been through the videos an installation / coding I should be on top off.

Car is Carrera 911 4S – 991.1

Existing wheel is: Sport, paddles, no MF and not heated.

New is: Sport, paddles, with MF, not heated

What parts should I order to make the conversion ?

Thx in advance
Br
Michael

Jochen Hendriks - October 16, 2019

i drive a Boxster 981 with MF-steering Wheel not heated. i want to Change it with a steering Wheel with 5 Buttons on every side. is there a difference between 3 Buttons and 5buttons with your Adapter?
Thank for your answers.
Kind regards
jochen Hendriks

Richard - May 24, 2018

In step 8 it says “Input the enable code you get and save.”
Where do you get the code to input?

Max Lohman - April 22, 2018

How do you activate a 991.2 MF wheel on a non-MF equipped 997.2? I have installed your adapter and installed the wheel and airbag. You don’t have any instructions for programming the MF wheel for a 997.2.

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October 25th, 2021

This a nice upgrade for my "14 Cayman S. Pretty expensive, but looks much better than the plactic looking one that came on my car. The ultimate would be a GT wheel, but this is a nice compromise.

Awesome Steering Wheel

★★★★★

Michael

(Virginia Beach)

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 5:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Have you looked at 991 wheels? Might be easier to get.
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Are they cheaper directly from Porsche Phil?


Wanted to do the same mod for some time....
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

OPC is cheaper than design 911, don't forget to ask for the 911uk discount which is 10% but try to push for 12.5%
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

neil_911 wrote:
Are they cheaper directly from Porsche Phil?


Wanted to do the same mod for some time....


£764 incl of VAT from OPC for a manual wheel
£894 incl of VAT from OPC for a PDK wheel

Neither include the airbag (need a circular type).
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weebz wrote:
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Are they cheaper directly from Porsche Phil?


Wanted to do the same mod for some time....


£764 incl of VAT from OPC for a manual wheel
£894 incl of VAT from OPC for a PDK wheel

Neither include the airbag (need a circular type).


but you should also be able to get the forum discount on those prices , pretty sure mine was just under £700 from the OPC
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neil_911 wrote:
Are they cheaper directly from Porsche Phil?


Wanted to do the same mod for some time....


I found it was Neil yes Thumb
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I guess its down to individual negotiations at the local OPC.

I already get an OPC discount with supercar drivers, But having seen design911 prices of the wheels - they do seem to work out abit cheaper.

Guessing D911 just get trade prices then add their own premium .
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Cheers Phil, FFS! Part number monkeys, how difficult can it be. Thanks for the advice I'll give them a call back now and let you know how I get on. I decided to keep it more original with black leather rather than going down the alcantara route.
   
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[quote="spongebob squarepants"]
Phil 997 wrote:
weebz wrote:
neil_911 wrote:
Are they cheaper directly from Porsche Phil?


Wanted to do the same mod for some time....


£764 incl of VAT from OPC for a manual wheel
£894 incl of VAT from OPC for a PDK wheel

Neither include the airbag (need a circular type).


but you should also be able to get the forum discount on those prices , pretty sure mine was just under £700 from the OPC


Phil this is on my list, the horrific multi function has to go, I notice you have the alcantara version, I obviously have the much preferred and more sought after PDK version m8 Grin
What's your thoughts on the look of alcantara without any other alcantara in the cabin I just can't decide between that or leather QuestionDont know[/quote



Hi Mate, the alcantara feels lovely but they dont seem to do a heated version from what I could find I might be wrong and just missed it.

How it would look in the car with no other alcantara apart from the head lining. I am not sure , it certainly wouldnt look horrible but probably not as good as if you had say the armrest in alcantara , I realise you cant do the gear shift and gator , but you could do the handbreak and arm rest.

I as always got totally carried away and have OE alcantara armrest, handbreak rear section and gearknob and gator , and finished off with retrimmed lower dash and glove box. and keep now looking at the door panels deciding what to do Grin but thats just me .

If your interior is black leather I think just the wheel in alcantara would work if its any other colour you would need to introduce some other bits.
hope that helps mate Thumb
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Hmmm. This could get tricky, as I thought Porsche were supposed to be able to guarantee parts availability for years.

This stuff does happen, as I have been trying to order a new sports seat by Recaro for the other car. It should come with an airbag, but Recaro had problems with the supplier. It also went out of business. They need to find a new supplier, and retest all the seats. As such there is no delivery time on a new seat. It's been a year or so already... I may have to run 'bag less, run a different seat, and "simply" swap seats for the annual inspection (as the inspectors need to see the cars with the original number of airbags).
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Yes it will mate, same air bag straight swap , its the 997.2 sport wheel, they also fitted them as a sport upgrade on the 991.1, 981, panamera and cayenne all different part numbers but exactiliy the same wheel and all interchangeable ThumbThumb
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Sport Design Steering Wheel Retrofit?

Originally Posted by oz390gtaView Post

You have given me hope that I don't have to change the wheel as I do like the paddles. My only concern is skipping to the next track of an already selected playlist, from what you are saying this is possible with the selector stalk?

I am not sure I fully understand your question, but in general you can see the track list on the multi-function display to the right of the tach, and you and can move up or down the track list to select whichever track you want to play. The display also highlights the track that is playing, all very straight forward. There is nothing you can do on the multi-function steering wheel that you cannot do with the selector stalk. I am fairly certain you will like the setup.

The only thing the multi-function wheel has is two buttons and a volume control for the phone/audio system. However, it's just a few flicks on the selector to control the phone as well. The little dials on the multi-function wheel are not perfect either, especially when you are driving - they tend to spin too easily and you have to be careful to make the selection you want, the stalk is much more positive in this regard.

 

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July 19th, 2018

Best thing i ever did was swap the button paddle multifunction to the wheel Std paddles with the multifunction stock. Sweet.

Very nice - LIke it should have been ordered

★★★★★

Robk

(NC)

Steering Wheels

A TECHART signature feature for your Porsche: the TECHART sport steering wheel. Composed by select materials and perfected design, every stage of production requires an extraordinary level of quality and accuracy. This is why all genuine TECHART steering wheels are handmade at the in-house leathershop in Leonberg/Germany. The combination of painted surfaces, leather and Alcantara® segments as well as carbon fiber trims, matching pipings, stitchings and perforations creates an endless variety of options to be at your service. Needless to say that your standard features such as multi-function, paddle shifts or steering wheel heating are maintained.

  • Composed by select materials and outstanding craftsmanship, TECHART steering wheels as well as TECHART refined and refurbished Porsche steering wheels are individual pieces of art.
  • Shaped in a casting process using proprietary molding tools, the caoutchouc-like rubber compound has to fulfill specific safety requirements. The material does not only give the shape to the steering wheel rim, but it is designed to absorb impact energy through defined deforming.
  • The rich repertory of TECHART’s master craftsmen turns this into a masterpiece made of finest materials. Such as supple leather, precious wood veneers, Alcantara®, carbon fiber or high-gloss lacquered surfaces.
  • Just like new: TECHART for your Porsche steering wheel. Even if you do not choose a TECHART steering wheel for your Porsche, all options for refinement and reconditioning are available for your steering wheel, too. Feel free to select among the wide variety of colors and materials.
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July 19th, 2018

Best thing i ever did was swap the button paddle multifunction to the wheel Std paddles with the multifunction stock. Sweet.

Very nice - LIke it should have been ordered

★★★★★

Robk

(NC) porsche sport design steering wheel retrofit May 27th, 2016

Purchased to replace the standard wheel with the symmetric push-pull PDK controls. Really disliked the 'push' with my thumbs for shifting. Easy install as my Boxster already had the stalk. Wheel feels very nice and the PDK paddles are a must upgrade in my opinion.