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      09-01-2012, 01:48 AM   #1
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after market bushings?

is there any after market bushings for 135i instead of m3 bushings...
r they direct fit
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      09-01-2012, 08:10 AM   #2
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Maybe power flex, but everyone I've asked has said go with the m3 ones...
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Maybe power flex, but everyone I've asked has said go with the m3 ones...
Powerflex are stiffer, i've had poly bushes before and they're fine. Means they'll be a BIT harsher, but stay stiffer for longer and provide more improvement, they're also a bit cheaper and easier to fit

Most people seem to overreact about them

There's also more choices on turners website (solid aluminium or alu delrin etc.) but they would be VERY harsh

I'm currently on 95,000km old stock bushings, they're rough as hell by now but i can live with it lol
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Powerflex are stiffer, i've had poly bushes before and they're fine. Means they'll be a BIT harsher, but stay stiffer for longer and provide more improvement, they're also a bit cheaper and easier to fit

Most people seem to overreact about them

There's also more choices on turners website (solid aluminium or alu delrin etc.) but they would be VERY harsh

I'm currently on 95,000km old stock bushings, they're rough as hell by now but i can live with it lol
there r many sizes which on will fit with m3 sway bar
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