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26-07-2013 - BENSPORT LTD. inquired about power steering for his exiting new project: the Bensport La Sarthe

The Bensport La Sarthe_EZ Electric Power Steering

In July we were contacted by Bob Perry of BENSPORT LTD. He inquired about power steering for his exiting new project: the Bensport La Sarthe. Mr. Perry was free to design a unique automobile inspired on the 50’s Bentleys.

27-06-2013 - More legroom thanks to an eccentric hub in a Lotus Esprit

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Lotus Esprit in workshop EZ Electric Power Steering

03-05-2013 - EZ Power Steering on Facebook!

We are pleased to inform you that we are now on facebook. If you are a facebook user, please go to our page(by clicking on the facebook icon) and like our page! This way, we can keep you fully informed of the developments inside our company. Of course you can also ask questions, leave comments, and give compliments!


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EZ Electric Power SteeringEnjoy driving your classic car, but do you (or your partner) find the steering to be too heavy?

Would you like to cure this without changing the steering characteristics of the car? We can now offer you a solution: an EZ Electric Power Steering system that is completely hidden underneath the dashboard.

The existing steering rack or box remains unchanged and thus retains the standard steering ratio and setup. The amount of assistance is fully adjustable and is sensitive to speed and load. When we install the EZ system, we use CNC laser cut bespoke brackets designed to fit the original mounting points of your car. As no holes are drilled, with no cutting or welding to the chassis or body, the car can always be converted back to its original steering column. Under the bonnet there are no changes, everything remains as original. The advantages of an electrical system opposed to a hydraulic system are numerous. The electric motor only uses power when steering assistance is necessary whilst a hydraulic pump is continously operating when the engine is running. A hydraulic setup generally uses around 4 bhp and therefore consumes extra fuel, even when driving straight ahead.

Because the electric power steering system is truly speed sensitive, it will steer light at low speeds and not become lighter at high speed. The amount of assistance can be selected by turning a potentiometer, so that the driver can select the desired feel (i.e. more assistance with wider tires and/or a smaller sports steering wheel'. With a classic hydraulic system there is usually little feel and no possibility to adjust this at all.

In the unlikely event that the electric power steering system has a defect, the car would steer exactly like it did prior to power steering conversion. If a car fitted with an hydraulic system would have a fault the car would steer extremely heavy.

The EZ Electric Power Steering works without making a sound. It can not leak and is completely maintenance-free. When will you turn around with an EZ Power Steering conversion?