Godspeed, what do you mean by a "bump steer eliminator"? Is that some magic doodad that bolts on?
In my experience there is no bump steer eliminator, rather, just good steering geometry. Meaning, steering geometry that works properly with the geometry of the front suspension. It's often a matter of positioning the steering pivot points in the right position relative to the pivot points of the front suspension and getting the rack located at the right height. Do this analysis and you'll be on the right track.
On the SLC, we adjust bump steer with correctly-sized spacers at the tie-rod ends. Every car is different, and often each corner needs a slightly different height spacer- as my car did. That's why there isn't a generic kit; those are too imprecise in any case.
It's easy to setup the car for the correct bump steer with a bump steer measuring tool, a jack, a selection of washers (to simulate the spacer you'll make from tubing later) and some time. Any decent race shop will have these tools, and the ability to make the spacers as needed.