One of the most overlooked modifcations for the aging S-chassis is replacing worn subframe bushings. A large amount of suspension dynamics is compromised when energy is transferred to the shifting subframe instead of being directed towards the dampers. Replacing tired and old rubber bushings with these solid anodized aluminum bushings will result in better suspension feel and response that a driver yearns for.
Removing stock bushings and replacing solids is not an easy task, but well worth it.
Posted by Ben on
These bushing are really nice and about the best bang for buck rear suspension mod. Not exactly sure if I would do this on a daily/street only car. But either way very nice
amazing solid bushings!
Posted by Jake on
install was very easy. very stiff ride and exactly what I was looking for.
Good solid bushings!
Posted by Aaron Mansfield on
They install just like they should! I used them on S14 competition car (pro-am build) and they fit perfect. Just make sure that you clean and lube the seating surface in the subframe good. :) Product is flawless. Maybe a subframe rising version would be cool? oh well lol
Take out that overall 2" of subframe bushing squish! haha