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Yamaha YXZ1000R Steering Quickener from Hess Motorsports

Yamaha YXZ1000R Steering Quickener

The Yamaha YXZ1000R offers pure performance for UTV enthusiast. Hess Motorsports Yamaha YXZ1000R Steering Quickener allows this machine to truly perform the way it was designed too. Take control of your YXZ1000R with quicker steering ratios. Driving aggressively with the Yamaha can be a challenge with operation the clutch and manual shifting that is required. The Hess Motorsports steering quickener allows the driver to make less revolutions with the steering wheel. This frees up the drivers hands to focus on driving. You can now drive the car with less effort than before. The steering quickener is designed so that it can easily be installed on your machine. You now also have options to bring the steering wheel closer to the driver. This creates a much more personalized driving experience. You can choose a steering wheel with a Hess quick release system that fits best for your driving style.

Yamaha YXZ1000R Steering Quickener

Yamaha YXZ1000R Steering Quickener

The Hess Motorsports YXZ1000R Steering quickner installs in minutes with out the need of any modification. The stock steering wheel is able to mount directly to the steering quickener. This upgrade is easily one of the most important upgrades for aggressive drivers! If you would like a quick release and aftermarket wheel kit you can order that as well.

  • 2:1 ratio (fast) or 1.5:1 ratio (medium)
  • Full Tilt Range
  • 6061 Aluminum Housing
  • Stock steering wheel mounts to quickener
  • Brings steering closer to the driver
  • No modification necessary for install

Steering Ratio User Guide

2:1 Ratio – Fast Ratio – XC, MX, Desert, Short Course Racing, or aggressive trail riding. Ideal for drivers who want to keep both hands on steering wheel.

1.5:1 – Medium Ratio – Ideal for aggressive drivers who want to reduce the revolutions of the steering wheel.

Seeing is believing! Watch this short video demonstrating the Hess Motorsports Quickener vs. Stock turning ratios.

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