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Old 20th October 2007, 06:21   #76
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I feel that the steering issue owes more to the fact that Honda with the NHC switched to EPS rather than the earlier Hydraulic system in the OHC. It is a well known fact that EPS systems are pretty much lifeless & have no feel whatsoever, in most cars this leads to a feeling of disconnected & aloofness especially when at speeds & taking turns.

swifts EPS is real good i feel : with my 195/60 14 s
just to say

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