KnobMeister Button Bars

[5/26/2001] Reviewed by: Harrison Cheung -

Applicable to: '90 - '97 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

Acrylic or wooden "buttons" which mount over your steering wheel's horn buttons. These buttons raise the profile of your horn buttons so that they are more easily found while driving.

I ordered my black buttons with white Miata script via the Serious Auto Web site. Delivery within days. Instructions were clear - clean the horn button with alcohol and then stick on the buttons. The black buttons I got look great and look stock! I'll have to see how well they stay on but I like their functionality since I'm always punching at the center of the steering wheel, looking for the horn. Now I can find the horn buttons very easily without looking. The buttons look very stock although the finish was a little rough.

Fast delivery from Serious Auto - they provided a UPS tracking number as well.

Under 5 minutes to remove

Reviewed by: John Yang -

Acrylic or wooden bar that covers the entire horn  button and raises it about 1/8". Available in Acrylic with contrasting filling or  wood laser engraved with "Miata" script or  "M-Edition"

I ordered the Acrlyic button bars with blue   "M-Edition" filling from Joe, aka The KnobMeister. The bars made the horn buttons easier to find and  the blue "M-Edition" filling compliments the   interior. To install the button bars I first cleaned the  horn buttons with alcohol and then I peel off the  cover to the self adhesive on the back of the   bars. Press the bars to the horn buttons to  mount the bars. Total time: 2 minutes in the  dark with a flashlight. Recommend removing the horn fuse first so that it would not wake up the  neighbors.

Joe is a pleasure to do business with and I  highly recommend his horn button bars. He  refuses to charge me unless I am 100% satisfied  with his product (I am). He also made a  M-edition sign for me to cover up the holes left   from removing the Mazda sign on the rear of the  car.

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Under 5 minutes to remove

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15 June, 2001