I drove the car two and a half years ago before he took to the paint shop. In all honesty it has a smaller turning radius than my stock steering box 89 has, and true the feedback you get is a lot better than a stock unit. I am considering putting a thunderbird power r&p unit in it, but will have to modify the k-member to accept it. I know that there are spacers inserted between the ends of the rack and and spindles to help correct this, but also come into play for the air ride installed on the car so that there aren't any problems when the car is raised to ride height, or higher to go over taller than normal speed bumps. Not sure if this answered your question. Still have a lot of disassembling to do and changes that I am planning. I am hoping to get the car pushed out of the garage tomorrow to get some better pictures, along with the remainder of the interior to finish cleaning and start installing the dynamat.