Is this something that is done without major modification? I am considering ordering the parts if it is possible
I mite be wrong but I "believe" you mite need a different ecu as the power steering is wired into it.Is this something that is done without major modification? I am considering ordering the parts if it is possible
Certainly priceyThis is a mod that really isn't worth the money even if it can be done on a base model
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Exactly. Best to sell and buy another quad with EPSI just looked at a few parts diagrams and if it can be done you would be into it for around $2000 +
Just about everything from the handle bars to the tie rods would need to be replaced.
It would be cheaper to try to find a totaled out Kodiak or Grizzly and buy it for parts to swap.
This is where most confuse eps, it's not really designed to make it steer easier as much as it is to act as a shock/dampen impacts with roots & rocks & ruts. It does help steer easier to an extent, but like you said, once your moving, steering is pretty easy, even strongarm. It's just after a long day of riding rough trails that you are thankful. Your riding conditions sound ideal, hardly any surprise arm workouts along the way. LolI have the base model and for 99.99% of my riding I have found no need for power steering. I do mostly improved trails, and roads. For the 00.01% when I would of liked it I was in some rocks and I don't even know if power steering would of helped. It was a matter of moving a bit and cranking hard on the handle bars to get them to go where I wanted them to. Once I got moving the manual steering did the job quite nicely.