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Power steering kit comparisons ? ? ?

This is a discussion on Power steering kit comparisons ? ? ? within the ACE Suspension forums, part of the Polaris ACE Garage category; Originally Posted by Micromike Specifications Input Torque: 0-5.16 Ft Lbs / 0-7Nm Output Torque: 0-28.77 Ft Lbs / 0-39Nm ECU Voltage: 10-16v ECU Current: 30A ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micromike View Post
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    Input Torque: 0-5.16 Ft Lbs / 0-7Nm
    Output Torque: 0-28.77 Ft Lbs / 0-39Nm
    ECU Voltage: 10-16v
    ECU Current: 30A
    Motor Voltage: 12v
    Motor Current: 30A
    Motor Power: 220w
    Unit incorporates a torque sensor.
    Ok, question here.

    I read one post where the EZ steer was drawing current when the machine was off, I thought....."why did the installer wire it to constant power instead of keyed power". Then I noticed the 30A current is more than the keyed power fuse so that is not a good solution. Recommendations?

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    The ez steer is wired to the 30A B+ and the switched ACC terminals. It has an internal relay and there is no current draw with the ignition in the off position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micromike View Post
    The ez steer is wired to the 30A B+ and the switched ACC terminals. It has an internal relay and there is no current draw with the ignition in the off position.
    Thank you Mike

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    Ez steer working great on Pioneer 500 for 2 years and counting. Just got a 2017 ACE 570 and may add, but charts only show fitment up to 2016?? Tusk is a similar unit was cheaper, checking on fitment.

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