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Kemod Kemod is offline

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  1. Kemod
    08-25-2011 02:10 AM
    I don't remember how much I paid exactly for each powerflex bushes, but I bought 4 Powerflex Rear Subframe (Differential Cage) Mounts, 2 Powerflex Front Control Arm Bushings, and 2 Powerflex Rear Trailing Arm Bushings for GBP 183.33 (about USD 300) from some eBay seller. It's a very good bargain for me since for the 4 Rear Subframe mounts itself will cost USD 200 at least.

    For differential mounts, I bought 2 OEM rear mounts for USD 27.98 from FCPGroton and 1 front Meyle HD (much stiffer and stronger than OEM - most important since it's more prone to failure than the others ; the famous rear clunk noise) from All German Parts UK for GBP 39.58 (USD 65). For Meyle HD front differential mount you may want to check FCPGroton, they should list them for USD 28 (very much cheaper). I bought it from another store since they don't have it at stock at the moment.

    It seems like the ECS Tuning subframe 'refreshing' kit is an OEM set which will fail much sooner than a performance aftermarket one. If you intend to keep the car longer, you might want to buy the Powerflex and Meyle combo for your peace of mind and allow you to drive your car very hard without worry. Replacing those mounts and bushings is a little bit pain in the arse so try to get the best from the first time - it's your call.
  2. clavenk
    08-22-2011 09:36 PM
    Kemod, in your zhp suspension thread, you bought powerflex for subframe front and rear, total 4 piece, and meyle for the other 3. In total how much you bought, and from which store. i saw pelican selling the 4 powerflex for USD215, did you consider ecstuning subframe refreshing kit? cause is cheaper and came with whole set total 7 bush. 2 front, 2 rear, 1 back and 2 facing front.

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