So onto the suspension.
Most of these parts come straight from the SX2, thats a good thing. The drive shafts look like they are from a Scania truck, well up to the rigours of off road racing and no pesky drive pins and grub screws to keep on top of.
The turbuckles are slightly changed. They appear to be made of the same material, steel not titanium (boo), but the adjuster looks slightly different. The manual is specific regarding the length of each making initial set up that bit easier.
I got myself slightly out of sequence here as unfortunately my kit was missing a small part. No big deal a quick call to the great customer service team at Schumacher and the errant part was swiftly replaced.
This meant that I was now fitting the steering assembly.
A popular upgrade to the SX2 was the alloy steering arms, this may not be necessary on the SX3 as these parts have now been beefed up and look like being more resilient. Schumacher have again noted a weak area and acted to rectify it. Well done guys, but maybe you shouldn't have downgraded this area from the original SX?