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Old 05-15-2018, 08:32 PM   #1  
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I'm not sure whatthe correct terminology is but, how can i get a tighter/ less rotation in my steering?

2010 Grand Sport Automatic

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Lock to lock ratios are dictated by the steering rank.

As for one that has less rotations lock to lock for the C6 that OEM (17.1 to 1), unsure and would need to check around.

If your looking for a rack that will be faster after the 15* either way, then one of the newer ranks from 2009 onward instead.
Note, since your car is a 2010, then it should already have the faster rack after 15*, unless the rack was replaced with a rebuilt unit out of a older car instead.

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