Graham Rahal Honda Civic Type R With MOMO Racing Additions

This Honda Civic Type R is equipped with a MOMO MOD.69 steering wheel and a set of MOMO Daytona racing seats

Coming from Graham Rahal, this tenth-generation Honda Civic Type R is a real beauty. Finished in a beautiful red color scheme, the vehicle is a clean example of aftermarket tuning. And since Graham is a racing driver, several MOMO aftermarket additions fit this Type R perfectly. Furthermore, since Graham is behind Graham Rahal Performance, a tuning business based in Indiana, he’s also well versed in picking the utmost quality parts for his builds.

This particular Honda Civic Type R is equipped with a MOMO MOD.69 steering wheel and a set of MOMO Daytona racing seats. The MOMO MOD.69 is best suited for sedans and GTs, however, it also fits nimble hatchbacks like the Civic perfectly. The steering wheel features three black anodized aluminum spokes and a wheel wrapped in premium suede. Back finger grooves assist with maximum driving comfort, while the yellow MOMO logo on the bottom spoke and horn button provides a pop of color. The MOD.69 steering wheels are available in 350mm diameter, with fitments for a wide variety of vehicle applications.

Graham Rahal Red Honda Civic Type R - MOMO MOD.69 & MOMO Daytona Steering Wheel

The MOMO Daytona, on the other hand, is a purebred composite ergonomic racing seat. Hans© compatible, this racing seat features side head bolsters that support and protect the driver’s head while reducing lateral movements. Furthermore, the revolutionary Airnet® technical material covers the seat’s back for quicker drying. For added safety, the Daytona’s fabric is fire retardent. Kinder Point on the seating area keeps the driver firmly seated. Removable double leg cushions enhance support, ensuring you’re both comfortable and tucked in nicely. Overall, a great addition to any racecar or a high-performance weekend car, whatever makes your blood flowing.

Both of these products are available for ordering through our online store. In the meantime, please take a look at this build in the media gallery right below.