I would like to see some pictures of the unit installed on a RZR just wondering how much room it take up under the dash. Is it in the way?
x2 on that question.... We havnt got any of the Limited models with power steering up here in Alaska...But When I buy my new RAZR (when the larger engine comes, Might be years away) Hopefully I will get one with power steering already installed..Anyone know how much different the Factory kit is? It appears to have a cover/protector of some sort over it and a slightly different shape.
My thought was that they possibly could make it for Polaris but the factory version may be somewhat more weatherproof for durability reasons. Seems to also have a different bracket that probably doesn't require drilling. The Polaris kit number is #2411615. Seen it for just over $900 but that may be an old price.
They must have have fixed those instructions..I looked at both my paper copy and the online copy awhile back after you brought that up and they clearly show the 2nd wire..Yeah..and its really simple to install..Now if your plastics are on (mine were at the time) the hardest part is getting your drill up under the dash facing backwards plus holding the Uniteer in place then drilling the two holes...Not much room to work with...Noth-the-less it was an easy install...Also the instructions show to connect to the ignition wire to the far left wire on the connection plug..Dont use that wire..its the starter wire..Your power steering will only work if you have the key turned ALL the way right..not good..I used the second to the far left wire and "perfect"...Some members have wired it into the 12V adapter...it will work just the same...If I had an extra set of hands and didnt have my brain turned to mush from so many explosions I could have done it in about 2 hours...but It was just me and I was a bit slow (like noticing the steering rack had a "non threaded" strip that you line up...I spent 20 minutes trying to figure out why it wouldnt "slide on"...But thats how the old brain works now(this is where I would incert the "monkey scratching his head" Icon..If you can get a second set of hands it would make it easy...especially when drilling the 2 holes...But I am giving you worst case scenario here..I did it in 3 and a half hours and I was SLOOOW!! Of everything that I have bought and/or installed, My EPS is by far the one piece I truly feel that I get every penny I paid for out of it!! I mean EVERY PENNY!
I totally agree on both your last post..what I did for the ignition was pull the plug, take the strippe wire end and incert it into the femal end then clamp it back together with the male end and walla...she isnt moving! I could hang on that wire and it would break before comming out.... wierd about the instructions??? I ordered mine what....4 months ago... Sure enough, my instructions were wrong, I just went down and double checked..(Ive made a book, everything I buy with instructions, I seperate the pages and put them in document protectors so I can look at them later). Its sort of a "Master book" for all I have done...BTW I am one of those that preferred to use the hot wire for the power port rather than cut into the insulation on the ignition wire. I just removed the spade connector from the back of the port,cut it off and used a new spade to put the 3 wires(original wire,one for power to the PS controller and one very small guage wire for the LED indicator) into,soldered and shrink wrapped them..plugged it back on the port. Easier to work with/get to and less risk IMO..I prefer to leave my ignition switch wires intact..JMO