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When using the older Saginaw pump on a car with a rack-and-pinion steering, this Turn One flow restrictor fitting will eliminate the rack’s “twitchiness.” Turn One’s Jeff Roethlisberger says reducing flow is the key to balancing power-steering system response. A stock fitting (left) employs a 0.150-inch hole, while Turn One’s fitting (right) reduces that to 0.093 inch. Turn One has restrictor fittings for both Saginaw and Type II pumps. These restrictors require Saginaw connectors (far right).