[xj-s] de sensetising power stering

i find my power stering on my 84 he to light is there any way of
turning it down a couple of notches–
daimurph
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In reply to a message from daimurph sent Thu 28 Oct 2004:

Daimurph,

No affiliation with the company, never saw such a device nor know
if it works OK, but the other day browsing the Internet I came
across this webpage that seems to have what you are looking for:

http://www.rob-beere-racing.co.uk/ancillaries.html

hope it helps. Rgds,–
The original message included these comments:

I find my power stering on my 84 he to light is there any way of
turning it down a couple of notches

daimurph


Luis Gasperini / '91 V12 XJ-S conv.
Montevideo, Uruguay
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In reply to a message from Luis Gasperini sent Thu 28 Oct 2004:

I have found the best way to do it, as well as making a vast
improvement to the driving experience is to go buy a nice MOMO or
Nardi steering wheel, the slightly smaller diameter improves the
feeling of the assist, not to mention that the large diameter
factory wheels of that period are very dated looking.
The other option is a sport rack, check with coventry west, but a
steering wheel is much easier, cheaper, and a visual as well as
tactile improvement.
Dave–
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I find my power stering on my 84 he to light is there any way of
turning it down a couple of notches


Penfold99
Atlanta, GA, United States
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