EZ-STEER power steering kit for the Yamaha Grizzly 700 is the most advanced kit on the market. Designed to make your ride better, EZ-STEER drastically reduces steering effort allowing for longer more enjoyable rides. Along with enhanced steering, power steering will virtually eliminate bump steer and provide a smooth and consistent ride.
Unlike other kits, EZ-STEER has sealed input and output shaft as well as a unique injection molded Control Box seal guaranteeing a 100% watertight kit. What does this mean for you? Submerge, pressure wash, or hose- our sealed circuit board is guaranteed to keep you going.
Each EZ-STEER design endures rigorous testing to ensure the highest customer satisfaction in the industry. Maneuver through the rocks and technical terrain with more control. Speed through uneven terrain without wheel jerk. Dominate the mud holes and come out with ease.
*Pricing mentioned in video reflects 2015 pricing which is no longer offered by the manufacturer. The price shown at the top of the page is the lowest retail price offered by the manufacturer, and cannot be found elsewhere for less.
- Before installing, ensure that all waterproof connections are properly seated.
- If Gaskets are not seated, as shown, use a Flathead Screwdriver to seat.
Power Steering will provide multiple improvements to your machine. After installation, it is highly recommend to take time and learn your machines new handling characteristics and feel.
1. Power Steering Benefits will be noticed as soon as machine is moving.
2. Handlebar will have more noticeable deflection while at rest. As a result of speed sensitive operation, this is normal.
3. Check steering sensitivity at multiple speeds to best understand new handling characteristics and feel.
4. Without Throttle input, turning Handlebar back and forth unnecessarily is not recommended. This action is very hard on remaining stock steering components, Tie Rod Ends, and Power Steering unit. Like all SuperATV products, Power Steering kits were designed with riders in mind.
For reference, photographing of removal process is highly recommended due to amount of components being removed from machine.
Removal: Keep all stock hardware removed from machine.
1. Raise front of machine, secure with jack stands; and remove Wheels.
2. Remove (4) Bolts from Steering Column Support Assembly. Remove Brake Pipe. See Fig. 1.
3. Remove Pin, Nut, and Washer from Steering Shaft. See Fig. 1a.
4. Remove Seat.
5. Remove Rack and Bumper. See Fig. 2.
6. Remove Side Covers and Handlebar Cover. See Fig. 3.
7. Remove Lid and Front Panel. See Fig. 4.
8. Remove Cover and Console Panel. See Fig. 5.
9. Remove hardware from Handlebar Holders and Bracket. Lay Handlebar out of way. See Fig. 6.
10. Remove Lockwasher, Bracket, Steering Bearings, and Oils Seals from Steering Shaft. See Fig. 6a.
11. From top of machine pull Steering Shaft out. See Fig. 7.
Do not tighten hardware completely unless noted.
1. Install Lower Shaft (H) to Steering Column Support Assembly. - On left side of Steering Column Support Assembly, loosely reinstall stock hardware. See Fig. 1. - Reinstall stock Washer, Nut, and Pin to Lower Shaft (H). See Fig. 1a.
2. Install Motor (K) onto Lower Shaft (H). Secure with provided hardware. See Motor Shafts Detail and Fig. 2.
3. Install Mounting Bracket (N) to Motor (K) with (2) M81.25 x 25mm Lg. FHCS (A). See Fig. 3.
- Install Stiffener (T) as shown in Fig. 3b and secure with M8-1.25 x 25mm Lg. FHCS (A).
- Secure oposite end of Stiffener (T) to Steering Column Support Assembly with stock hardware. See Fig. 3a.
4. From top of machine, install Upper Shaft (G) to Motor (K). Secure with provided hardware. See Figs. 3 and 3b.
- Reinstall Lockwasher, Bracket, Steering Bearings, Oil Seals Upper Shaft (G) to Frame with stock hardware. See Fig. 4.
5. Install Support Bracket (E) to Mounting Bracket (N) with M8-1.25 x 25mm Lg. HHCS (Q), M8 Flat Washers (R), and M8-1.25 Nylock Nuts (S). See Figs. 5 - 5b
. - Secure oposite end of Support Bracket (E) to Steering Column Support Assembly with stock hardware. See Figs. 5a - 5b.
6. Remove stock Bolt as shown in Fig. 6 and install ECU/Bracket Assembly (J)(P) to Frame with stock Bolt. See Fig. 6.
- Plug in Wire Harness (L) but do not wire.
7. Assemble Relocation Bracket (D) to Antifreeze Resevoir with M6-1.0 x 20mm Lg. FHCS (U), M6 Flat Washers (V), and M6-1.0 Nylock Nuts (W). See Fig. 7.
- Reinstall with stock hardware to stock location. See Fig. 7a.
8. Reinstall Handlebar Holders, Bracket, and Handlebar with stock hardware.
9. Install Brake Line (Y). See Page 10.
Handlebar should be inline with Tie Rods before tightening hardware. Lift Handlebar up and off of Motor (K) and realign if not.
10. Make wire connections. See Wiring Details page 9.
11. Tighten all hardware completely.
12. Reverse steps taken during “Removal” and reinstall components.