New Production Manual Steering Boxes For Mopar Muscle Cars

New Production Mopar 16:1 Manual Steering Box 

Looking to improve your Mopar’s response time and handling? Mopars with manual steering of the 1960’s and early 70’s came with a 24:1 steering box ratio which resulted in 5 turns from lock to lock. PST’s new production Mopar manual box has a ratio of 16:1 or 3.5 turns from lock to lock which provides quicker response in and out of turns. Plus for those that track their car, gain weight savings and horse power by eliminating the weight of the power steering box and pump from the front of the car. This ends up helping with quicker weight transfer to the rear wheels and more horse power from eliminating the drag of the pump on the engine. PST’s manual 16:1 Mopar box is available for A, B, and E body Mopars like the Dart, Valiant, Charger, Barracuda Coronet and Roadrunner.

  • Better feedback through the steering wheel allowing for better feel of what the front wheels are doing.
  • Weight savings compared to having a power box and pump
  • More room for engine swaps or header clearance
  • Less rotational mass on engine

Dodge

Plymouth

Challenger

1970-72

Barracuda

1967-72

Charger

1967-72

Belvedre

1967-70

Coronet

1967-72

GTX

1967-71

Dart

1967-72

Road Runner

1968-72

Super Bee

1968-70

Satellite

1967-72

Valiant

1967-72

  • Posted on   04/19/16 at 10:19:18 AM   by James  | 
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