I'm actually not concerned with bump steer at the moment.
I'm planning on using the cavalier r&p like in the wiki and I think we will be able to minimize bump steer that by adjusting the rack position.
I'll try your suggestion at that point.
What I'm currently concerned with is the length of the steer arms.
In the wiki, the author "oldguy829" used 5.5" long steer arms attached to CPP drop spindles. I'm using '95 Roadmaster spindles with 6.4" effective control arms. With my current controls arms, my turn radius will be large. I hoped to use something like the mustang bump steer kit to shorten my turn radius and make steering quicker.