has anybody have experience with needlebearings in the turrets for better feedback

Asked by May 12, 2014 at 03:29 AM about the 1980 Triumph TR7

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I  wonder if the steering feedback becomes better wit needlebearing than the Original  pressure rings.

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I would keep it stock- for a differing opinion: it sounds like you already are in touch with TR experts who think that is the way to go- but trying to get better "steering feedback" is usually done with upgraded suspension parts- and it will never feel like an Italian car anyway-

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Thanks foor Your answere, but I already gave uprated and 2cm lower springs, accompanied by Koni shocks. I heard 1 hour ago from the Dutch specialist that, a. steering becomes lighter, B. feedback will improve. Thanks foor being interrested. Thijs.

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