This is a full bolt in manual rack for the MKIV Supra. It works with the factory outer tie rods, bolts into the factory mounting spots, and comes with an intermediate steering shaft to adapt to the Toyota shaft that comes out of the firewall. This is a power steering delete kit to completely replace the power steering system (power steering pump, reservoir, lines, power rack and fluid).
I have been running this in my 6-speed car and I absolutely love it. Works so much better than a power rack with the lines capped off! It drops 27lbs of weight off the front of the car when compared to the full factory power system. On it's own, my manual rack weighs 10 pounds less than the factory rack.
You might say, wow this is very expensive for something so simple, and I do not disagree! However, it is the a reflection of the costs involved to make this unit.
Here is why it costs what it does:
IMPORTANT NOTE: When you go to install the rack, install it with ONLY the passenger side mount first, and make sure the passenger side bushing is properly synching down on the rack. I have seen customers install these with old, worn bushings and it is not secure. Make sure the passenger side own its own holds the rack nice and tight, and then proceed to install the drivers mount. You want to have two side fully holding the rack securely, not just depending on the drivers side mount to hold all the stress. Also, do not overtighten the u-bolt clamp on the drivers side.
Supra Manual Rack Install Guide