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Nitrous Pete, you posted a while back about how this kit could reduce power losses through movement in the IRS. Did you ever find out any results? Videos? Pics?
 

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$hit sorry, Distracted ! ? , Yes kinda, I ran the fastest times with the kenny brown rear ster kit, and on the dyno less tire movement, I picked up 2 mph, as I see it , maby 1.5 my best mph went up 2 with the kb parts. past 127 after 129, W/O Nos
I forgot all about that , Sorry Kb blower on my mind p:shocked
peace,

OH ya , I set the tow different, they want in 1/8 -1/4 I set it to 0
It helped, when the car is under load the tires still toe in a little so they are 1/8 under load, Appr.

The Kenny brown rear steer kit is a must. nitro
 

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FINICKY said:
Any info on this? what does it do? I would like to read about it
The KB rear steer kit will drop the upper mounting point of the toe bars 5mm for better control of toe and bump steer.
This is especially important after you lower the car as moving the rear tie-rod inner pivot point down 5 mm will reduce the rear bump steer. The rear bump steer is worse when you lower the car and you may notice a rear steer effect on the street more than the track, especially with wider than stock wheels and tires.
 
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