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I've looked at the fische 1000 times and cannot figure out the part number for the power steering delete pulley and bracket. Any astute parts guys out there that can help me out? The fische appears the same for 2017, 2018 and 2019.
 

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Would it be the same considering all of the 2019’s have the eps and only the Wide Bodies had it before? Wonder if the hydraulic has the same pulley?
 

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The pulley bolts in place of the P/S pump. 18 W/B and Demon had it also. Can’t find it in the parts fische though.
 

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Meant to say I wonder if they all would call for the same pulley considering some are hydraulic and some arent.
 

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68459077AA
4593918AA
6509487AA
06104025AA X3
I can’t remember if there was a shield for the pulley
 

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This is the shield: 05281264AA and this is the pulley bolt: 06511288AA. Disregard the 6509487AA bolt.
 

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It has happened. I am the old guy.
Why on earth would you want to delete power steering on a 4,400lb hellcat?
Gotta go take my prilosec.
 

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It has happened. I am the old guy.
Why on earth would you want to delete power steering on a 4,400lb hellcat?
Gotta go take my prilosec.
My answer is that, the car I'm putting the motor in already has electric steering. So by deleting the ps pump I am saving myself from having to buy all the lines and a new rack. $50 for a delete is better than $500 in parts to make the conventional power steering work.
Check out my build thread I started.
 

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I converted the 16 motor I have to 2019 that uses electric power steering.
 

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I converted the 16 motor I have to 2019 that uses electric power steering.
I'm doing the same.
The 2015 Chrysler 300 I am putting the hellcat conversion into already came with electric power steering so I am going to delete the ps pump and utilize the electric power steering that is in the car already.
They're putting the electric power steering in newer hellcats, so how bad could it be.
 

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What does this cost to do? Is the wiring there to do so on a 15 or 16 cat? I assume the benefit would be less drag on the motor but what else?
 

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Wiring isn’t there. You’d need the headlamp to dash harness from a 19-20 and then you’d have to use a program like AlfaOBD to alter the BCM config for EPS. Not worth it in my opinion.
 
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