Going to have a Boss 302R EAS installed
I have had it with high speed front end vibration with no solutions.
My car is lowered, has bump steer and stiffened bushings.
Typically, I don't like throwing parts at something that may not be needed, but there have been those times in the last 42 years where nothing else will work but to throw parts at the problems. This one of those cases and solely my own idea.
Therefore, I put a deposit down at a local shop (SC Racing) to order and have them install a Boss 302R EAS.
My current thinking is that there is only one steering mode not three like I have now in my 2012 Shelby GTS. I also wonder about any DSC error codes that may pop up.
I have researched this Boss 302R EAS on the net, and I cannot find much on it for retrofitting on a 2012 GTs, so I am guessing this is a bit avante garde. Well, off into the Great Unknown or maybe The Abyss.
I'll find out in a couple weeks.
BTW, I am going to save the old GT EAS in case we need to revert back.
2012 Shelby American Mustang GTS 580rwhp 485 ft/lbs Grabber Blue White Stripes
Ford Whipple, 5.0L, Tremec XL Magnum, MGW, Centerforce DYAD clutch, Boss 302 Torsen w/4:10s, 302R EPAS, Eibach Coil Overs, Fays 2 Watts Link, Dynotech DS, Shelby UCAs/LCAs, Wilwood brakes 6 piston 4 piston, Drake Bump Steer, heavy duty cooling, welded axle tubes, Interior Package, GT4 wheels, Borla Touring axlebacks, GT500 rear valence w/parking sensors, and airbag cover signed by Carroll Shelby.