Often we want to tune the steering lock, without having the steering flop around and rely on the servo to keep it consistent when reducing your end points. With our new Bell crank limiter plates, you can achieve between 23 degrees and 33 degrees steering lock by using these two plates, and flipping them over.

Viljami Kutvonen used the 9mm/10mm plate set to 10mm to achieve consistent 27 degrees inside lock at AOC Australia. First he tested with 9mm and achieved 30 degrees, and simply by flipping the brace was able to reduce the lock to 27 degrees to increase tire scrub and increase corner speed.

For even less lock on bigger or more high traction tracks, you can use the 11mm/12mm limiter plate.

This is a must have tuning option for your A800X!

Carbon Fibre steering limiter plates to restrict and set the steering endpoints to achieve limited and consistent steering lock.

Whilst there are only 2 braces, each contains 2 limits. Simply flip 180 degrees to access 1mm more or less lock.
1: 9mm & 10mm - 28-33 Inner Degrees Steering Lock
2: 11mm & 12mm - 22-26 Inner Degrees Steering Lock

Designed to impact minimally on the flex, whilst keeping the steering sturdy.

Why can't I just turn down my EPA and have the servo restrict my lock?
This is a very common misconception. Due to the forces acting on the car during cornering, the steering links will flex and allow the steering to "wobble" past less and more lock than what you have set. This also increases the chance of "chattering" in the front driveshafts, leaving you with a loud, aggressive car with less corner speed.

These plates are designed so that you can choose how many degrees you want, and regardless of if it's the full 32 degrees, or limited 26 degrees, you can still have a "stopper" to keep your lock consistent, so it has something hard to seat against, reducing wobble and chattering.

Please note, these angles were derived using 0mm ackerman, AM14A Plates & 1 degree toe-out each side.