After looking at a bunch of different options (buying an SR wheel, getting a juke/370z wheel + airbag etc) and the costs associated, I decided to take a chance and manually wrap the SV wheel with one of the Mewant kits.
They are available from many sources (Amazon, ebay, aliexpress, buyee, etc). I ordered mine through their eBay store.
Shipping was much faster than expected as it shipped from a warehouse in Ontario. The seller was great to work with and followed up with links to their how-to videos and other info. I specified dark grey thread in the purchase notes.
It came with everything necessary to do the job: leather/pleather trim, thimble, needle, two rolls of dark grey thread, double sided tape and instructions. I have next to zero sewing experience and this being my first attempt at anything like this took about 2.5h. If I were to do it again it would take about half that time.
I contemplated ditching the included double sided tape and picking up some 3M adhesive spray which is what I used on my door and hatch panel upholstery but the rest of the can I had leaked in storage...
If I were to do it over again, I would line it up a few times and get used to pulling it on/off the wheel efficiently and then use adhesive spray.
Overall, for the price (I paid 38$ for the pleather version) I'm very happy with the results. Fitment was almost perfect.
The only issue I have is that the leather on the back of the bottom spoke is a bit loose and on the front there is a slight wrinkling. This could easily be fixed with a minor trim, using the adhesive spray and being better at sewing.
I started to stitch it at the bottom inside on the center spoke, working my way up to the right spoke and then starting from the other side of the bottom spoke and working my way up the left spoke and then across the top in one stitch.
I would recommend starting two sets of threads on the bottom at the same time working your way down from the centre and towards the left and right spokes. This way you can tighten up the material down there and see how it will really sit. If there's too much fabric after pulling both sides through a few times, back it off and trim accordingly. You could definitely get a 100% perfect fit that way.