QR-lite slip solution
The idea came to me by carefully observing the aluminum QR1. There is a lot of tolerance between the parts, so much so that without using the retaining screw, there is a lot of wheel flex and a lot of noise. But no slipping.
QR lite is made of plastic material, therefore it has a ring nut that tightens 4 fingers directly on the hub, and this cancels any tolerance. However QR lite slips on the hub, and gives rise to those annoying ffb micro-interruptions.
Inside the aluminum QR1 is a rubber ring, which does the trick. Although the metal-to-metal tolerances are greater, because the elasticity of the material cannot be exploited, slipping is completely absent, thanks to a simple black rubber gasket.
So it is sufficient to mount an oring rubber gasket, even inside the QR lite, in the same point where it is mounted on the QR1.
What is needed is a hydraulic rubber gasket, measuring 1 inch. A 1-inch black O-ring, bought at a hardware or plumbing store, usually in packages of 10.
Unfortunately this oring cannot be mounted directly on the QR lite, but must be inserted inside the QR lite when it is already mounted on the steering wheel, fitting it between the QR lite and the round part where the pins come out. To do this, you need to gently use a small flat screwdriver.
After fitting the oring between the QR lite and the wheel, simply mount the wheel on the wheelbase. This will push the gasket into place. You will only notice a slight jamming when you turn the bezel. So any movement or slipping will be permanently eliminated. And you can easily remove and insert the steering wheel. Rock solid, certainly better than the QR1, which will still have some lateral flex.