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I have been running it on my 67 GTS for years. With the big block and small steering wheel it was a bear at low speeds. It works good for me. I used a kit from a company out of Florida but there are cheaper ways of doing it, Joe
 

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There was a couple of good threads on this way way back.




There may be others, that was a quick search
 

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I used EPAS Performance out of Sarasota, Fl and everything is hid under the dash. I really helps parking, Joe
 

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I used EPAS Performance out of Sarasota, Fl and everything is hid under the dash. I really helps parking, Joe

Any idea what kind of power it pulls? Does your factory alternator provide enough juice, or did that need an upgrade too?
 

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EPAS has a website that probably has amperage but I have never had a problem but I have totally rewire entire car with Powermaster alternator and I run Contour fans also. Like I said there are cheaper ways to do it, but this will give you and idea on how much to cut shaft and all, Joe
 

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My 2019 Colorado has it. I can't tell the difference from the old hydraulic system

My poaris rs1 has elec. power steering , and I love it , works excellant , if I weren`t off of cars , I`d put it on my barracuda.
 

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I have been running it on my 67 GTS for years. With the big block and small steering wheel it was a bear at low speeds. It works good for me. I used a kit from a company out of Florida but there are cheaper ways of doing it, Joe
I think that it would be good for better header fitment. Is the system difficult to install?
 

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everything under the hood still looks the almost the same. You have to cut the column under the dash to make room for the electric steering motor to fit.

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