I'll have to get some feedback from some guys that drive on the street allot that also have fairly stock suspension.
I drive my GTO on the street but I have it set up up very stiff with our coilover kit for racing so it's not a good source of feedback, I didnt notice much of a change when I put them in though. It just doesnt squat and squirm on a hard launch as it did before.
In pending three results:
Price difference vs Polys
Streetability/any unwanted vibration transfer
Reliability (I assume this wouldbe a muuuuuch more reliable part, but sometimes replacing a bushing with a solid piece will overstress other nearby bushings and cause premature failure)
I was going to buy the Lovells ones but if these are cheaper or work better then I may be reconsidering.
Cars are nothing more than complicated chemistry problems that burn gasoline and turn it into a complicated physics problem.
05 torred red black int auto
(1 of 400)
ngk plugs tr55 ,kn drop in ,drag bags
slp loud mouth II cat back
b&m trans cooler
homemade cai 4" and lots of (un) bolt ons
harrop x-member bushings,and harrop cover
noltec bushings every where else
driveshaft shop one piece alumnium
kooks 1 7/8s headers
fti 3600 stall , fast 92 intake
tuned by mayhem motorsports in raligh nc
Those look super nice and would be even better with E-coating or anodized. How much vibration do they introduce and will they cause any damage like cracking of the mounting holes/body?
The production run will more then likely be anodized. We didnt see any cracking with ours in our car. Will need to get feedback from some customers on street use as our car is too loud to hear much road noise plus we don't drive our car enough on the street to get good feedback on road noise.
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Simple take the big ass bolt out along with teh 3 little ones that hold the x member up there. it will drop down a little stick a 1" socket inbetween the x-member and the frame and jack up the x-member the weight of the car will push the bushing right out. like pushing toothpaste out of a tube. you could also use a piece of pipe or a larger scket also works better I think I normally use a 1 1/2"
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