By Apex, Aug 19 2019 10:22PM
APEX brings you a range of full carbon fibre steering wheels for motosport use designed and built in the UK.
Our range has been developed to bring carbon fibre steering wheel designs to meet the budgets of most competitors from club racers to professional racing teams.
Welcome to the Apex Steering wheels News page.
We will be posting information on our product ranges here and news about our partners and other things we are involved in.
The Apex Paddle Shjiter Plate is now available!
Precision cut from 2mm carbon fibre plate, this will allow you to fit our shifters (or any shifters with 2 x m3 bolts spaced at 10mm) to any steering wheel with a 50.8 PCD.
Dimensions: 120mmx81mm. 226mmx81mm with Apex shifters fitted.
This is the APEX E6-SW:03 fitted with the Dash4Pro OLED display now available on the web site.
The APEX E6-SW:03 is a full carbon fibre steering wheel. The entire construction is fabricated from lightweight high modulus carbon fibre making this, at 550 grams*,one of the lightest fully integrated steering wheels on the market today.
The steering wheel is fitted with the electronics from the Race Technology Dash4Pro and is therefore compatible with all Race Technology's data logger range. Four buttons allow the driver to navigate through data and customise settings. The bright led lights can be programmed to time gear shifts precisely.
In conjunction with Stanbridge Motorsport, we have successfully connected the APEX E6-SW:03 to the F3 Bosch ECU and the F3 Toyota Piedrafita Magnetti Marelli ECU through the Race technology DL1 data logger. We can work with your team to develop a mapping that can connect the APEX E6-SW:03 steering wheel to your current ECU.
Get in touch with us today to find out more.
*excludes boss and fittings.
The APEX E6-SW:03 is put through it's paces at Brands Hatch by Roberto Tirone driving the number 77 SBR Motorsport Dallara F308 Mugen Honda.
The steering wheel is attached to the Bosch ECU using the the Race Technology DL1 Pro data logger. The E6-SW:03 has a fully integrated Dash4Pro display fitted.
You can follow Roberto's progress at the Apex Steering Wheels' Twitter page @apexsteering.