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Thread: PSC Performance Steering New Product Release To Be Early 2017

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    PSC Performance Steering New Product Release To Be Early 2017

    No news on the new release????

    2017 is 1/24 over already

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    http://www.pscmotorsports.com/vehicl...g-gearbox.html

    Is this the new gearbox?



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    I like the price

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    I'm not understanding. Is it just a stock gearbox that's already ported for their ram system? It says it has the same valving and turning as stock.


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    new product

    To clear any confusion that link is not the new product release. Should be out in about 4 weeks


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    Quote Originally Posted by PSCJEFF View Post
    To clear any confusion that link is not the new product release. Should be out in about 4 weeks


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    Thanks.
    Excited to see the new product.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PSCJEFF View Post
    To clear any confusion that link is not the new product release. Should be out in about 4 weeks


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    Really can't wait to see what it is!!!
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    I knew that price was too good to be what's under the sheet...damn jeep parts.


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    From this post of Mel's I'm guessing the stronger steering box is less prone to failure in the absence of a ram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JK_Dave View Post
    From this post of Mel's I'm guessing the stronger steering box is less prone to failure in the absence of a ram.
    A stronger box will be less prone to failure but without a ram assist, the odds of you bending a drag link as is shown in that image will be significantly higher. Without the ram, you will be muscling your drag link to the point of failure. A ram will greatly help "assist" in steering and reduce the force needed to turn your wheels.

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