Steering Rack limiters

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I'm not sure if I totally understand your question, but I'll give it a shot: I suspect removing the stock lockout would allow the tires to rub the fender-wells and cause issues...especially at any sort of speed.

I wouldn't play around with this unless you're building a drift rocket with supporting modifications to support.
 
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I'm not sure if I totally understand your question, but I'll give it a shot: I suspect removing the stock lockout would allow the tires to rub the fender-wells and cause issues...especially at any sort of speed.

I wouldn't play around with this unless you're building a drift rocket with supporting modifications to support.
My tires are 235/50/18rs...I know that the car can accept some pretty wide tires, but I guess it is the aspect ratio that brings up this concern...I would imagine thought that removing the limiters would only decrease the turning radius a little, but not too-much.

I was thinking about doing this to reduce the wide turning radius of the car and have a little more control in some tighter corners...nothing to do with drifting.
 

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