Jones Racing Products: Aluminum Power Steering pump

Jones Racing Products has introduced the PS-9008 AL-AR aluminum power steering pump. It features an integrated fluid reservoir with many options for the return line. Customers can choose between high or low, as well as a 90-degree or 45-degree fitting.

Jones Racing Products pumps are subject to extensive testing on its custom-built power steer pump dyno. This allows Jones to adjust the pressure and flow of the pump, as well as a replica of the demands the driver makes from his steering. These tests ensure that each pump is correctly set up for the needs of each racer, from Saturday night dirt track or asphalt short track to Cup cars in Talladega. Each pump test is recorded and tagged by the serial number to the pump. Jones Racing Products can archive the data at their facility. Jones can offer an annual check-up, where racers can send the pump back for a retest. This can be compared with the first pump test.

Jones Racing Products spent years researching and developing its own power steering fluid as a companion for the new pump. This fully synthetic, crystal-clear power steering fluid can outperform all other brands in terms of overall performance. This fully synthetic fluid is a great choice for providing a consistent and confident feeling from the start to the finish of a race. It has high pump flow rates and can withstand extreme temperatures. The fluid won’t foam up, which can cause cavitation in the pump. It will also not break down over long green flag runs at full operating temperature. This fluid allows the team to monitor the stability of the entire system by simply looking at it.

The small 16-ounce bottles make it easy to change the power steering fluid. This bottle is ideal for weekly maintenance to ensure the proper fluid level. Two quarts of fluid will last for around 1,500 to 2,008 laps.

Jones Racing Products is a prominent manufacturer Top Golf Doral of belt drive systems, and related components, with headquarters in Ottsville, Pennsylvania. It produces all of its billet aluminum products using the most sophisticated CNC machinery. The company manufactures its entire billet aluminum product line in Pennsylvania. It has complete control over every step of the process from sawing the raw bar stock to the CNC lathes or the mills to the final steps of laser marking to indicate serial numbers and part numbers. The company has the advantage of being able to produce its parts in-house, which allows it to maintain exact tolerances.