Loc: Hartland, Michigan
05-11-11 07:29 AM - Post#2088622
Tell me why your CPP 500 steering box is better than the Borgeson 600. As I understand things, the Borgeson doesn't have the radiator interference issues on the 61-64 Impalas that your box does on certain installations.
What installations for the 61-64 Impalas do not require modifying the radiator for clearance with your box?
| 64 Impala SS Convertible (undergoing frame-off resto and upgrades)|
62 Impala SS Convertible Anniversary Edition 409/409, 4 speed (recovering from engine fire)
65 Mustang GT Convertible, 289, 4 spd (wife's toy)
Dreaming of more...
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Loc: CA. USA
05-12-11 09:08 AM - Post#2089129
In response to Rocki
The CPP box is 100% brand new inside and out. The Borgenson is a nice remanufactured unit. The fitment with larger radiators is better with the borenson if you are trying to retain a stock 4 core. If you are running the aftermarket newer radiators like Griffin or US radiator there is a provision in the lower tank to fit the 500 series now. With the CPP the main benefits are the New construction, SAE inverted flare fittings, 3/4x30 spline rag joint (same as 605 conversions)
The Borgenson is a metric 18DD input shaft and o-ring fittings.
CPP Retails for $389.00...
Both are nice products and we do carry the 600 as well!
Aaron @ Classic Performance