Yamaha STEERING QUICKENER

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With my new cognito spindles I think I might need a quickener what is out there
 
Howe 1.5 to 1 seems to be the most common. I was told 2 to 1 was too quick by Bobby.
 
With my new cognito spindles I think I might need a quickener what is out there
Look at local Sand rail or sprint car shops. most of them cary them. You might consider the new electric power steering. Some of the guys racing short course are doing that.
 
Well I just got a PM from my guy saying that the Quickner will making you car steer tight again....So I aint messin with it. My rhino was a work out to drive....by the end of a long weekend I didnt even want to drive the truck home
 
A quickener will definitely increase the effort to steer. You could do electric power steering and a quickener, that would work great.
 
Steering Quickner, just as the name implies, two most common versions 1.5:1 & 2:1 or

1 turn of the steering wheel = 1 1/2 turns out of the quickner to the steering rack.
Basically an overdrive for steering and like pedaling your mountain in 5th gear vs. 1st, it makes the steering harder to turn but it does steer faster.
For racers or very aggressive drivers.


Heres the one we run in Codes car, 1.5:1
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Steering Quickner, just as the name implies, two most common versions 1.5:1 & 2:1 or

1 turn of the steering wheel = 1 1/2 turns out of the quickner to the steering rack.
Basically an overdrive for steering and like pedaling your mountain in 5th gear vs. 1st, it makes the steering harder to turn but it does steer faster.
For racers or very aggressive drivers.


Heres the one we run in Codes car, 1.5:1
22370.jpg
whats the price on that .. and how much harder to steer
 
Don't have power steering, but have the quickener. Just like big dog said, Sitting still your not going any where but moving they work great. I guess thats where the power steering comes into play.
 
i have one one on my race rhino

on on my race teryx i have one and also power steering

and what rack do you have austin? gear one or stocker?


we run a plain old 100 dollar buggy rack, and have never broken one.

like stated earlier, sitting still you sure can't move it easy though, but it steers quick, 90-100 degrees each way is full lock :eek:
 

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