This is not about my FISS build, but if you've seen the damper thread, I posted about this FISS with Steering. It's been rattling around in my head on how this is achieved and I think I finally worked out the magic. As you will have seen in my previous post, I picked up a steering kit to figure out exactly how it works in hopes of working out how it's been modded to work on this FISS build. So I started by building it up to see how it fits together and works. Now I can see how the steering works, I needed to compare it to the image above. There were 3 things that I was curious about. The blue pill is the swing arm, I couldn't for the life of me figure out where he found that piece, whether it was a part, or like the other swingarms, which bumper it might be part of. Well, if I'm correct, this is the roller mount section of this bumper: Tamiya #15412 JR Rein Rr Double Roller Stay. The orange I was trying to figure out where the small rubber tube was from. I know it's not the one that's given to use on Stabcaps, that one was too big. Well after opening the MS Brake set, I found it comes with a little rubber tube that slots onto the shaft. I think it's used to allow the frp that holds the steering control in place to flex a little so the steering control can pivot freely. This brings me to the biggest mystery. The green box. If you've seen the small YT vid, you'll notice he's not used the wheels that come with the steering set, instead using the one-way wheel system. What really bugged me, is if you're not using the wheel kit that builds up as part of the steering kit, how can you have a single position wheel mounted in such a way as it could pivot. Looking back and forth between the image and the kit in my hand, I came to realise that the answer was obvious all along. The steering control is replacing the "upright mount" that you'd use in a static wheel position. How does it pivot? Well looking closer at the image, I could see the car is using the wishbone or maybe a universal joint method with the cup nestled just inside the steering control. The cup and dockbone allow the wheel to pivot and maintain the position of the wheel with it's mounting. Hmmm...now I'm not sure if you're following, but here's a few pictures to help explain. We need this part with it's bushing. And when replacing the "upright mount" with the steering control mount, it should look something like this. It's correct position should have the arm forward while the 2 stubs (left/right) should be top and bottom. The steering control should sit as close to the dock rod as possible to allow the best for the best movement. So the cup should sit inside the control upto the point where it doesn't interfere with the pins of the dock rod. To actuate the steering is actually pretty simple. You use a sliding damper and make a mount frp that will attach to the sliding damper and have a slot mounting point for the steering control arm to slip into. Now that I know how it's done, maybe sometime in the future I will attempt another FISS build this time with the steering. But for now, it's best to take it one step at a time and fine tune my V1 FISS to gain further understanding on the build and how to make it tidy and more efficient. I will begin working on that again tomorrow. Look forward to more posts.