Any feed back on these yet?PSC is a brand, I believe it stands for Performance Steering Components. They are pretty big in the offroad community.
Here is the box they designed for the XX:
PSC's exclsuive Extreme Duty Rack & Pinion Assembly for 2018-21 Tracker XTR100/Arctic Cat/Wild Cat XX FEATURES: • Direct Bolt-In Component – use OEM or most aftermarket tie rods• Oversized 32MM Rack Gear• PSC exclusive Zero Lash™ Pinion Gear Pre-Load Adjustment• Billet 6061T6 Housing• Anodized...www.pscmotorsports.com
I did the solid mounts from Brute Force.
The stock units were on backorder, so I get them to make a trip or two. Once my stock units showed up we went back to them. The solids caused way to much vibration for the passenger seat, no noticeable difference anywhere else. Only put about 150-200 miles on them. I still have stock seats maybe aftermarket seats wouldn't have had the issue, since the stock seat mounts right up to the bar with the rubber mount.
I wonder if a stock rubber mount with a large washer cup and prawl inserts into the 4 gaps would help. I had something similar on my old Rzr and it worked great- some vibrations but minimal movement...kind of a happy medium. Doesn't allow the vulcanized rubber to "twist" so much...which causes the premature tearing.
Whats your thoughts on the solid mounts? I was thinking of running them on the transaxle and leaving the motor mounts stock rubber. A solid mount does concern me on a transaxle aluminum case, but blowing our mounts ever 250 miles is getting old. I was thinking of window welding the stock mounts to remover the holes and hopefully add some rigidity.
novaman64,Todd Romano posted this up... Apparently they have been modifying their cars with this extra mount and they claim it helps.