Condor steering shaft conversion kit Installation Instructions

Condor steering shaft conversion kit Installation Instructions

Simple instructions that will help you install our Condor steering shaft conversion kit correctly.
January 09, 2018 by Carlos Mendez
Condor E46 Weld-in Reinforcement Installation Tips

Condor E46 Weld-in Reinforcement Installation Tips

Simple instructions that will help you install our E46 Rear Subframe/Chassis Reinforcement Plates correctly.
November 06, 2017 by Carlos Mendez
Condor Speed Shop E30 Front Subframe Reinforcement Install Procedure

Condor Speed Shop E30 Front Subframe Reinforcement Install Procedure

Installation instructions for the Condor E30 Front Subframe Reinforcement plates. Make sure all areas that are to be welded are clean and ready to weld.

 

October 02, 2017 by Carlos Mendez
Condor Speed Shop E36 Steering Coupler Installation Procedure

Condor Speed Shop E36 Steering Coupler Installation Procedure

Please note that this is your steering system, proceed with caution! Use common sense and always be safe.
April 17, 2017 by Carlos Mendez

Condor M50 Engine & Transmission Mount Install and Review by the guys at IgnitionTube.

Pawinn & Eli at IgnitionTube show the install procedure for Condor Speed Shop control arm bushings, engine & trans mounts in their boosted e36. Afterwards they give their opinion on the parts while on a test drive.

September 01, 2016 by Carlos Mendez

Mini power steering Delete Install Procedures

1. Remove your power steering system. This includes the belt, pump, lines, and reservoir. You may need to raise the motor to access the 2 banjo bolts.

2. Turn your rack full lock from one side to the other side 3-4 times. This removes unnecessary fluid.

3. Slide 1 washer onto the smaller banjo bolt. Slide the delete onto the smaller banjo bolt. Now slide 1 washer onto the same smaller banjo bolt. Your delete should be sandwiched between 2 washers on the smaller banjo bolt.

4. Slide 2 washers onto the larger banjo bolt. Slide the larger banjo bolt with the 2 washers onto the delete. Now slide 1 washer onto the larger banjo bolt.. Your delete should be sandwiched between 3 washers on the larger banjo bolt.

5. Install your delete onto your rack by tightening your banjo bolts.

* Please note, It is important to make sure you do not overtighten your delete. We repeat, do not crush the powersteering delete. When you are finished, your delete should be installed with the washers in the same placement as the photo below:

 


Questions? email us at condorspeedshop@gmail.com

 

 

July 25, 2014 by Carlos Mendez