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KRC Power Steering 253012000 Pump Flow Control Valve, 2.92 GPM, ID:E
KRC Power Steering 253012000 Pump Flow Control Valve, 2.92 GPM, ID:E

KRC Power Steering 253012000 Pump Flow Control Valve, 2.92 GPM, ID:E

-6 AN, -6 AN Male Fitting End A, Straight Angle, TC Type Pump Fitting End B

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KRC Power Steering 253012000 Pump Flow Control Valve, 2.92 GPM, ID:E
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AN Size:
-6 AN
MFG. Part #:
253012000
Fitting End A:
-6 AN Male
Angle:
Straight
Fitting End B:
TC Type Pump
GTIN Code:
819495013453
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All KRC power steering pumps provide the racer the ability to fine tune the feel and assist in the power steering system. Interchanging the -6 outlet fitting can alter the steering input the drive has. The more flow your steering system receives the easier it will be to turn the wheels, but will decrease feel. Having less flow will put feel and stability back in the steering system, but decrease assist. 

Note: KRC Flow Valve fittings allow for flow from 1.18 GPM to 2.92 GPM. The 1.18 GPM valve has the least flow, which provides the lowest assist with the highest feel to the steering. The 2.92 GPM GPM valve has the highest flow, which provids the highest assist with the lowest feel to the steering.

How To Choose the Right Flow Valve (PDF)

Flow Valve Installation Guide (PDF)

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-6 male, 3.17 GPM, ID:E

Notes

  1. Larger flow valves are required when using steering quickners or 3.4 inch per revolution or faster rack-and-pinions. If you run on smaller tracks, a larger flow valve can give you more assist through the tight corners. Cars with wide tires and a lot of positive caster may also require more fluid flow. If you drive into the corner and feel as though the steering has a slight catch to it, commonly called "pump catch", a larger flow valve may be required.
  2. Smaller flow valves can be used on tracks with long straightaways or long sweeping corners. By decreasing the flow you can gain more feel and stability in the steering system. Also those running Mustang style racks, you may require a smaller flow valve. The most commonly used is ID:6.
  3. When selecting a flow valve for a race track only car, the driver should use the valve the feels the best at race speeds. On street driven cars, you must consider finding a happy medium between the ease of parking and highway stability.

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  • In this Tech Tip, a customer asked about the correct parts needed to set up the power steering system on his 1955 BelAir.
  • How to install an electronic power steering unit in a micro sprint and the benefits of using power steering. This article includes which parts to use to complete your power steering installation.
  • If you are confused as to how that new steering wheel you want is going to attach to your project's steering column then this buyer's guide should be your first visit before adding that new wheel to your shopping list.

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