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    Faster ratio steering rack?

    So out of pure curiosity, can the chassis handle a faster ratio steering rack? This weekend I did a canyon drive with my friend in his mini cooper JCW, we swapped cars for a bit and the steering input on the mini is astonishing, it's hard to explain the feeling, but it's as if 5-10mm of steering input equates to the wheels changing direction to like half their turning radius. After coming back into the abarth, the steering felt very slow as if I had to turn the wheel half a rotation to get the same wheel angle of the mini. All in all, the mini changes direction VERY fast with almost little steering input, which makes fun factor go 0-100 real quick

    So out of curiosity, this is for pure discussion, I have no intentions of changing anything. Just wondering if the fiat chassis can even handle a steering rack this fast? I really wish our steering feel felt like the mini's. If anyone else has experience driving mini's let me know what you think!



    Trying to eliminate other factors, we are both lowered, both have rear larger bars and both on 200tw tires. Also, I'm really not referring to body roll, understeer, or oversteer, just pure steering input and the change in direction of the wheels.


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    Yea I know what your taking about. I came.out of a fiesta st which has insanely quick steering. I haven't had a track day yet in the abarth, but where as the fiesta was like a scalpel, super adjustable, points and rotates like a boxster, the fiat is like a prehistoric club. Rotation comes in big shoves. They both soft, but I think they need it. The abarth has **** dampening stock for stock too. Anyways, the abarth is more fun zooming around town. Every alley is a special stage. But the fiesta is just made for the track, and just gets you comfortable and fast quickly.

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    Thanks for the comment! Totally understand, I never driven a fiesta before but have watched many reviews and like you said it appears to be setup very well from the factory, always on 3 wheels in the bends

    I have many of the suspension goodies, what feels limited now is the 205 tires, I think its time to move on to 215's ...
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    Doesn't the standard pop have a much faster steering rack than the abarth? If so, they're probably direct swaps.

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    The steering ratio for the Fiat 500 Abarth is 15.1:1, which is 10 percent quicker than the standard Fiat 500's 16.3:1. http://www.fiat500usa.com/2012/03/20...eview.html?m=1

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    Steering input is one of those things that's all relative. I drive a 2007 Xterra for a daily beater. Compared to it, my abarth feels almost twitchy on steering input.

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