Keep Drifting Fun

Will does 3 steps of modifications to the Street Project s14 to gain more steering angle. The first step is the easiest and results in the most gains – a slide on steering rack spacer. The second step is a bit of a correction of the first, put also depending on the tie rod end – could yield a bit more travel: installing new performance inner and outer tie rods. The third and final step is grinding down the bump stop on the knuckle itself for more range of motion. With each step, Will measures the total amount of leading wheel steering lock angle. To give a measurement to the amount of angle gained from each change. As with any steering modification, an alignment was necessary afterwards to correct the changes.

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