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2G ***NEW PRODUCT*** Quaife rack and pinion AKA Quickrack, W/Optional EPS kits (ACTIVE)

Posted by ec17pse, Dec 4, 2018

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  1. ec17pse

    ec17pse Freelancer

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    So i asked someone local who knows alot more about this kind of stuff, he ssid in theory yes this will work, it might make heat in the coil though so he is not sure how good the idea is, he did say about some cars have a city button for easy of parking so it might be a way to have a 3way switch and a resister to lower the volts in 1 position and then full power on another.

    The better way he mentioned was to just turn it off when not needed, its simple and easier to wire/work out. So when parking or slow speed driving turn the switch on then maybe when on the highway flip the switch to off, the steering will just revert back i to manual mode and still work without any assistance, he made s good point about keeping it simple.
     

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    1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST

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    175 whp   180.1 lb/ft
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  2. T2Small

    T2Small Proven Member

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    Depending on the actual EPS controller used, the correct way to vary assist would be to feed it the correct CAN signals - mostly wheel speed and engine RPM.
     
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  3. ec17pse

    ec17pse Freelancer

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    Yeah normally if its something that can be adapted to but not all work this way on other cars its not intended for from what i read, some people are greater at hacking the control boxes and some apparently dont even adjust without the cars stock ecu so its hard to do anything but basic features. Nowadays it is everytbing tied into the main ecu, even things like steering which once used to be seperate now makes it alot harder to custom for other cars to use.

    Just got to do it the best we can with what we got currently,
     
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  4. ec17pse

    ec17pse Freelancer

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    we are nearly at the half way point! Can we make it to the 30 to get these into production?? this WILL be the ONLY chance to get these going, if it fails to make the 30 min order it wont be looked at again and we loose the opportunity to get newer more modern items for steering that is as bolt on as it gets for us.

    please feel free to let anyone know who may be interested and send them to the forum to read all about it.
     
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    175 whp   180.1 lb/ft
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  5. josh408

    josh408 Proven Member

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    Put me down for 1 Bobby. I'll send the payment when/if we reach our 30
     
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  6. ec17pse

    ec17pse Freelancer

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    I cannot add you till you are paid and confirm dude, its the same as everyone is doing, if we dont make it then everyone gets a full refund so no loss.
     
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  7. Boomdeeze

    Boomdeeze Proven Member

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    Lets fill this up guys, we won't get another opportunity at this! Just think, you will have a 1 in 30 kit so if you were to ever sell it you will likely make money!

    The process is what scares some people away so it's bound to sell if ever needed.
     
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  8. miguelmcv

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    Bobby put me in for the complete kit including the assist
     
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