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On 11/29/2021 at 10:50 AM, ZED660 said:

There is also this company http://www.ezpowersteering.nl/158/Home.html  these kits are supplied and fitted by Stewart Wilkins Motorsport in Sydney. The steering is quite light for slow driving, parking, etc nd then loads up as speed increases.

Just fitted one to my z.

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2 hours ago, JDM-TOY said:

Did you do the installation? 

I have been looking into doing this as well. Install looks fairly straight forward. The power steering kits are vehicle specific and replace half of the steering shaft. A few bolts, some wires and a bit of wiggling and you now have power steering haha just so damn expensive!

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8 minutes ago, Millerman said:

I have been looking into doing this as well. Install looks fairly straight forward. The power steering kits are vehicle specific and replace half of the steering shaft. A few bolts, some wires and a bit of wiggling and you now have power steering haha just so damn expensive!

Same, Im just worried about it not being ADR approved as its not collapsible. 

Price is steep but when your already in the build whats an extra $1500

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Interesting point

i cant imagine that an inspector would even think to check that aspect of it but i guess every state is different with their own roadworthy rules. Im glad i live in SA for that reason, its very laid back lol

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33 minutes ago, Millerman said:

Interesting point

i cant imagine that an inspector would even think to check that aspect of it but i guess every state is different with their own roadworthy rules. Im glad i live in SA for that reason, its very laid back lol

Yeah NSW is ridiculous, cant even have fender mirrors 

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23 hours ago, JDM-TOY said:

Did you do the installation? 

Yep its easy. Also it is a complete column and has a collapsible section and TUV certified. I had no problem with Qld Transport passing it.

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21 hours ago, JDM-TOY said:

Same, Im just worried about it not being ADR approved as its not collapsible. 

Price is steep but when your already in the build whats an extra $1500

Was around $2.5k delivered from Holland.

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