power steering

Discussion in 'Mech Tech' started by S1mon, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. There was a kit on ebay at £395 (DIY fit) a few weeks ago with a ready cut and welded column...
     
  2. lucky escape with the jag,, imo you should get every car moted every 12 months, thre are loads 2 1/2 year old cars on the road with nackerd tyres etc and the owners think well its not that old,,,, from our own experiance the only thing ive worn out was a pair of track control arms ( but i drive it like ive stole it ) and do lots of track use, and iam always clipping the apex a bit to tight ;) , tyres have never been an issue
     
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  3. sounds about right
     
  4. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    Do you have a link to this Bry?
     
  5. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    soz - should have mentioned it first:(
     
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  7. The bay in the photo bucket pics looks OK as the motor is hidden as it seats pointing towards the front of the bus.
     
  8. yes,,( 2 peas in the same pod ) :beer:

    as for the bay,, yes we always get the motors as high up as poss and pointing out of the way,, other wise they look a bit rough and you can catch your leg on the old style bulky motor,,, we use a totally different set up to anyone else out there
     
  9. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    how much is your bay kit then Rick?
     
  10. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    Better still could you post a link please?
     
  11. tell me what you guys think please,, turn it down if you dont like kasabian :eek:

     
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  12. Was looking forwards to some broad "Bowton" there!
     
  13. so a 45Amp supply would need a pretty thick cable running direct from the battery like running a stereo amp?

    I am interested, purely because i think the wife would be more likely to drive
     
  14. with the motor we use on the t2 you need a 35/40 amp supply max, wire needs to be 3-3.2 mm approx core size will do fine,, with an old bus its best to run a fresh wire in, front to back,, the old 40 year old looms arnt upto adding a drain like an eps motor ,,
     
  15. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    So, is ok to say you fit them for £600 or send out a part/mostly prepared kit for £240?
     
  16. the way i read it, diy is 200 ready made self fit is 395 not sure on drive in drive out cost
     
  17. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    I asked this and the £200 kit is for a t25.
     
  18. thats not us ,, sorry
     
  19. That looks quite interesting actually, I was expecting it to be a lot more expensive than that. :thinking:
     

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