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Old 11-14-03, 01:16 PM
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Steering quikener

Anyone use this on their race car?
http://www.howeracing.com/Steering/I...-Quickener.htm
Comments? Also what collapsible column do you guys use? Thanks, Carl

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i have seen this too but have noidea on how one would go about attaching it other then welding it on. anyone got any install pics or a write up on how it is properly used?
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so no one has ever used one of these???
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I have seen these installed mostly on stock cars(especially dirt cars), but I have never seen a need for it on any of my own RX7 race cars. basic install is intercept the steering shaft and install quickener between the firewall and the rack or steering box make two new shafts to connect to the quickener and you should be ready to go.
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