Here at SuperATV, we don’t really believe in the word “can’t.” We knew we were in for a challenge when we set out to make a 600-watt power steering kit that didn’t need an additional battery. After all, nobody in our industry had ever been able to make it happen.
But we did.
After many months of testing, designing, and redesigning these 600-watt EPS kits, SuperATV is happy to announce our new EZ-STEER Series 6 Electronic Power Steering kits. They’re waterproof, powerful, easy to install, don’t overheat, and won’t drain your battery. They pair perfectly with GDP Portals and huge tires. No more throwing your back out to move your dream machine through the mud or across bumpy terrain!
Our new electronic power steering kits are also speed-sensitive. Why’s that important? Well, you get tight, responsive control when you’re moving slowly over rough terrain—looking at you, rock crawlers. But when you pick up speed, the steering isn’t touchy, so you’re not at risk of overcorrecting. That’s right—our Series 6 EPS kits respond to how you ride.
No other electric power steering kit for side-by-sides can compare to Series 6. Some others come close with 400-watt options, but even that’s not enough power for the biggest custom machines. We’re talking tractor tires, giant A-arms, custom cages, the whole shebang! If you’re dreaming big, you want this 600-watt EZ-STEER EPS kit.
We’ll admit it—there’s some pretty beefy EPS kits already out there. But the kicker is that they all require an additional battery to run! Finding a place to put an extra battery is no easy thing. It’s highly technical and requires a lot of know-how to get it to work.
But that’s not how we roll. All our EZ-STEER power steering kits are easy to install, with NO SOLDERING required—and Series 6 is no different! They’re beefier than our other EZ-STEER kits, but they’re no harder to install.
No complicated wiring, no second battery—just improved power and performance. That’s Series 6!
“The Series 6 is the result of an initiative to maximize steering output without sacrificing reliability or compactness,” says SuperATV’s Lead Design Engineer, Jack Tonges.
He continued, “Big tires, portals, and lifts have a bolt-on answer that doesn’t involve the pumps, belts, fluids, or cost of hydraulic steering.”
You heard it from the lead engineer himself—you won’t find an electric power steering kit with comparable power. You’d have to go hydraulic!
“Every aspect of the Series 6, from material selection to programming and hardware, has been optimized to reliably deliver the highest level of steering assist available from the system.” That, folks, is engineer-speak for, “We tailored every part of the Series 6 EPS kits for maximum power.” That’s what we like to hear!
The SuperATV team is dedicated to quality. From engineer to installer, every person involved in the creation of a new product keeps an eye out for even the smallest flaws. We use an extensive testing process to verify that every new design meets our rigorous standards.
We test new products in our state-of-the-art quality lab and out in the field. We’re not going to tell the exact ingredients in our secret sauce, but it involves a LOT of long, hard rides with a team that’s dedicated to breaking stuff—and even they were impressed with all the Series 6 EPS kits’ performance.
No matter what the team put these EPS kits through, they didn’t overheat, take on water, or drain the battery. Now that’s impressive! But that’s the type of quality you should expect from SuperATV.
Long story short—we’ve built the strongest single-battery EPS kit on the market. A 600-watt EPS kit from SuperATV will dominate any obstacles in your way and make steering your upgraded rig a breeze.
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