If you've been to a track day in a lowered car or simply engage in spirited driving on the street, chances are you've experienced bump steer. But this blog entry isn't about defining what bump steer is:
You're a bunch of shop owners and you already know what it is.
Now try to hold onto the wheel, because I'm going to create some bumps of my own, starting with a serious question: When did it become "ok" for so many companies in the aftermarket to basically make the same part, with the only notable differentiating factor being color? "Ours is blue!" Blue? Really?
When did "make one just like theirs" become ok? What the hell ever happened to innovation?
A few things need to change, and we're here to help change them, so let's start with bumpsteer kits:
Most bumpsteer kits, in addition to the fact that they are made overseas and of questionable quality, need to be adjusted with a series of washers/shims to achieve zero bump. It's a pain in the ass! Assemble, make sure the steering wheel doesn't move, measure. It's not right. Disassemble, change shims, measure again. Still off, and now there's not enough range to line it up. Disassemble again...
Is it too much to ask to make a bumpsteer kit that is adjustable within itself, without shims?
No, it's not. Introducing the FerraroSpeed S197 Bumpsteer kit!
This kit is designed, built and shipped 100% in the USA with one thing in mind:
To be the best bumpsteer kit on the planet. The FerraroSpeed bumpsteer kit packs the features:
- Finitely adjustability on the car, without the use of shims
- 6061 T6 aluminum adjusters
- 4130 chro-moly heim joint, utilizing self lubricating PTFE liners
- Fits all S197 mustangs (2005-2014)
- Saves time, effort and allows a more precise dial in
- Want to make changes trackside? No problem!
And if you're lifting the wheels, this kit will give you the peace of mind you need to know it'll take a pounding and keep the wheels on when it comes back down.
The FerraroSpeed S197 bumpsteer kit retails for $289 and both dealer and wholesale distribution opportunities are available.
For more info, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call 407-588-7546