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Old 01-07-2014, 11:23 PM   #1
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Power steering bypass

I would like to know what all u have to take off to bypass the power steering without buyin the elimination pulley

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Manual steering rack and look up a diagram on how to route the belt. Also getting flaming river/MM steering shaft is a good idea.
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I've cut the two lines going to the rack and connected the two with a hose and two clamps worked great and saved money
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I've cut the two lines going to the rack and connected the two with a hose and two clamps worked great and saved money
How does it feel? Is it sort of easier to turn than straight up manual rack in your opinion?
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As long as the car is rolling its cool
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Yes. Parking PIA I imagine same as totally manual steering.
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Old 01-11-2014, 09:28 PM   #7
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If it's a every day driver and u have to move around a lot it will give u a work out,but as weekend toy or race car or 2-3 times a week driver it's not bad by the way I have skin us on tha front.
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