Detroit Speed

Detroit Speed 21.5 in. Detroit Tuned Power Rack & Pinion

Detroit Speed Aluma-Frame/Chevy II Front Frame

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Detroit Speed's rack and pinions have been optimized to provide an exceptional modern performance feel on the street and on the track and are available in both standard and narrow widths. The standard width is 24.5" and the narrow width being 21.5". This is one of the only racks with a 21.5" width in the aftermarket industry!


  • 'Detroit Tuned' valving specifically to provide the increased effort and performance feel found in late model performance vehicles.
  • All new components
  • Every rack undergoes a rigorous quality check and is performance tested prior to being packaged.
  • Includes polyurethane mounting bushings.
  • Features an internal, inner tie rod boot balance tube.
Brand Detroit Speed
Emission Code5
Product TypeSteering
California Proposition 65 RequiredYes
Part Number090220DS

This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

This rack and pinion is designed to work in all Detroit Speed Aluma-Frames and Chevy II Front Frames. This is not a bolt-in rack for stock applications. For competition applications, the Detroit Speed rack & pinion fluid transfer conversion kit will replace the hardlines on your Detroit Speed rack & pinion using -4 AN steel fittings. The hoses are Teflon lined to handle the high pressure demands of the steering system and come with pre-crimped stainless steel fittings to attach to the -4 AN fittings.

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