so... question that I'm not sure about.
how does the suspension push it's self past going over-center? steering rack twisting in it's bushings? inner tie rod bending? my car gets decent angle, the wheel gets stiff, then once it "pops" past the over-center point it gets way easier to turn and achieves mad angle... I just don't want to fuck anything up.
What is your setup?
Most cars have bump steer stops to make sure your tie rod doesn't go over center. But if your shits all modified and what not to where you do not have bump stops, your steering rack takes the brute of the force and actually shifts; causing all sorts of problems. Although, everything you said/thinking of, also plays a minor role.
If you go over center, you are already fucking things up. Stop it.
actually, I wound up snapping a knuckle, lol.
new knuckles on the way, and planning on moving the rack forward soonish. I think the steering arms being super excessively short was fucking me, so it'll be nice to have some knuckles with R&D behind them on the car.