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    New Product: LS Truck Power Steering Conversion Kit

    We are excited to unveil a few new products for 2018, starting with a power steering pump conversion kit for LS truck engines. Utilized for the newer EPAS-equipped LT4 base engines found in Camaro and Corvette, this kit converts the factory accessory drive to use a GM Type II power steering pump for use in power steering-equipped vehicles. 

    “We’ve not only engineered this conversion to be a high-performance upgrade for factory systems, but it is also easier to install than anything else on the market,” says Jeff Roethlisberger, CEO of Turn One. “And as with all of our products, kit components are manufactured in the United States, and we’re proud of that.”

    Our kit is unique in that it doesn’t require any modifications or replacements of factory drives. Instead, the pump fits directly on the accessory drive and uses the factory belt, resulting in a high-performing conversion that is easy to install. Parts are CNC machined from billet aluminum. The pump is compatible with AN-6 high pressure fittings and AN-10 inlet fittings, which Turn One also manufactures.

    The conversion kit will include Turn One’s high-performance power steering pump, pulley, mounting bracket and all mounting bolts. Kits will be available in the spring of 2018 for purchase online at www.turnone-steering.com or over the phone at 877-GO-TURN1.

    C4 Rack-And-Pinion Rebuild - A Turn for the Better

    Taking care of the power-steering pump is a pretty easy fix—it's simply replaced with a new one. There's no such remedy for the rack-and-pinion unit, however, because it's no longer manufactured. Options, then, are limited to scouring Craigslist and salvage yards for a used part or having the original unit rebuilt. Only a few companies around the country perform the procedure, and we recently stopped by Saginaw, Michigan's Turn One to see how it was done.

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