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mustang 671 10-13-2012 03:28 PM

electric power steering to my mustang 1967 eleanor build
 
hi all . been a while . am nearly finished on my eleanor mustang . just got the electric power steeing up and running. its great and i think you all could use it for some ideas. awsome bit of kit !!
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mustang 671 10-21-2012 03:00 PM

hi all . its been running for a while now and is fine , no problems yet to report . a nice solution if you have run out of space.

Oldguy48 10-21-2012 09:33 PM

Can you provide more details. Your post sounds interesting, but it's lacking any detail that might benefit others.

mustang 671 10-22-2012 04:01 PM

hey oldguy 48 not that old though ??

ok well i posted it in case it gave some of you heavy footed yanks some ideas . over here we are all crammed on this island and dont have the route 66 to drive. i think the longest stretch we have is the m1. maybe 150 miles at a push

i havent got any room for power steering so i brought this electric pump and adapted it to run its electonics being pcp board , proccessor and capacitor through my wiring. i also will fit a 2 stage voltage unit to resist the current and slow it down to reduce the pressure when on the motorway ( free way ) and also can turn it off if needed ,

not sure what else you would like me to post ? any questions ?

its from a citreon picasso and the renaults also use them . over here though . cost me 70 in all to buy and fit .

just serach on ebay for "citreon electric power steering pump " they range from 40 to 190

cheers for the post , shaun

Oldguy48 10-22-2012 04:17 PM

Shaun,
Thank you for the reply. Exactly the kind of information I was hoping for. Thanks again:D

mustang 671 10-22-2012 04:23 PM

your welcome . but search on the uk site for it. if you want one i can get it and send it to you ? obviosuly i take no repsonsiblity other than posting it if someone doesnt want to them selves. however do they use them on cars over there ?

Oldguy48 10-22-2012 04:32 PM

Shaun,
Your post interested me because I'm thinking of converting to power steering in my 1948 Plymouth. At this point, I'm just researching the forums to figure out the best way to do it. I've not seen an electric PS pump before and don't know anything about them (until now, with your information), and the idea intrigued me a bit. Now I can take a look at those pumps and maybe get some ideas. Thanks again.

Wayne

mustang 671 10-22-2012 04:53 PM

do it . so easy , if you need a pump just say . easy system , your welcome

slow-poke 11-03-2014 09:11 AM

Electric Power Steering for less than $200
 
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I recently installed electric power steering in a 1966 Mustang. I did not use a kit, I simply pulled a column style EPS from a newer GM vehicle and then spliced the unit into the original steering column.

The results far exceeded my expectations and the cost was less than $200. I designed a controller that automatically adjusts assist level based on vehicle speed, so that the steering feel is "just right" regardless of speed.

I documented (with pictures) how I went about this on a Vintage Mustang forum. If anyone is interested do a google search for "Best $200 mod ever (EPS)" or follow this link to page 7 where the details start:
Best $200 mod ever (EPS). - Page 7 - Vintage Mustang Forums

Any questions just ask.

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Bryan59EC 11-03-2014 10:42 AM

Also a good writeup on "Ford Muscle Forums"

Not sure if it was in the Falcon pages or General Tech.

Pictures and pretty much step by step going into a 64/5 Falcon.
I would imagine the Mustang (64/5/6/7 would be the same

slow-poke 11-03-2014 10:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bryan59EC (Post 2723649)
Also a good writeup on "Ford Muscle Forums"

Not sure if it was in the Falcon pages or General Tech.

Pictures and pretty much step by step going into a 64/5 Falcon.
I would imagine the Mustang (64/5/6/7 would be the same

Similar but not the same, the steering motor needs to be clocked at 11'oclock in an early Mustang, and 3 o'clock in a Falcon.

Details here--> Best $200 mod ever (EPS). - Page 7 - Vintage Mustang Forums


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