Borgeson 800127 (Large Sector) Quick Ratio Steering Box Technical Information

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    Borgeson Mopar 800127 technical information.

    Steering Ratio: 14:1 (3.5 Turns Lock-to-Lock).

    Input Shaft: 11/16"(17MM)-36 Spline.

    Pitman Shaft: 1-1/4" Mopar with 32 Splines and 4 Master Splines, 7/8"-14 Thread.

    Pressure Port: 16mm X 1.5 Flare (Located Closest to Engine).

    Return Port: 16mm X 1.5 Flare (Located Closest to Input shaft).

    Maximum Pressure: 1450 PSI Maximum Operating Pressure, 1100-1250 Optimal.

    Flow Rate: 2.0-2.5 GPM Flow Rate Recommended.

    Degrees of Rotation: +/-45.5 Each Direction of Center.

    Maximum Front End Weight: 2,645 Pounds

    Maximum Output Torque: 633 Ft. Lbs.

    Operating Temperature Range: -40F to 248F (Big Block Applications Will Require a Cooler).

    Weight: 26.46 Pounds.

    MSRP: $629.00

    Installation Drawing: http://borgeson.com/imageCD/800126_800127_Drawing.pdf

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      I've already bought mine! Do you recommend a cooler? I also have a serpentine setup that uses a GM TypeII pump... don't know if it matters but it will also have hydroboost and a 3 port resevoir. I didnt want to splice the return line.
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      A cooler is never a bad idea as it will prolong the life of all components involved. With your application the fluid will likely have enough time to cool to an acceptable level before its pressurized / heated again by the pump.
       
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        I have one more question , March cant get me a specific flow rate for the GM Type 2 other than 2-5 gpm, do I need to run a restrictor? Remember I'm running a hydroboost too.
        Thanks again!
         
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        This will be more of a question for the hydroboost manufacturer as it needs to deal with the pressure / flow generated by the pump before the fluid is passed through to the steering box. Our box is more forgiving for both pressure and flow than the hydroboost.
         
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