EPAS "electric power-assisted steering" Performance Application Specific Conversion Kits are designed to be installed without major or irreversible modifications to your classic vehicle. The computer control, wiring and electric assist motor assembly can all be installed under the dash to be almost, if not completely invisible. An adjustment knob is included allowing you to have maximum power assist in a parking lot and less assist on the highway. Easy step-by-step instructions are also included.
You may be asking why electric power steering? Most modern production cars and trucks now use electric power-assisted steering. The reason is simple, there is no need for an engine mounted, belt driven fluid pump, no hoses to transfer the fluid, and no leaky hydraulic operated steering box or rack. It is environmentally friendly and even works when the engine is not running!
- No Major Modifications to Install
- Power-Assist Adjustment Knob
- Works without Engine Operation
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS high-performance racing professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need for your race car, hot rod or truck.
Looking at your Corvette C1 electric power steering kit My steering has already cut with shafts going to a rack and pinion unit. Can this kit still be used?
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