BH, although I have posted this before, I believe it is worth reprinting. When I built my car (CFALT) ten years ago, I was trying to find a way to slow the steering down, and thereby take some of the natural herky jerkey motion caused by our natural tendency to over-correct (think driving in snow or ice). While searching for a slower steering, I came across a roundy-round parts catalog and discovered a steering increaser gear box that fits in the steering shaft between the box and the steering wheel. They are available in 1.5 or 2.1 ratios. I inverted a 1.5 ratio box, and mounted it right below the steering wheel, attaching it to a roll cage cross bar. The result is a reduction in steering speed of aproximatly 1/3. Several other competitors have since tried it, and I have yet to hear any negative comments. Good luck, and remember, this only works with the rubber side down. Bob
Thanks Bob, neat idea, I have used steering rate quickners before on stock cars, never thought about turning it around!