Easy install - you
receive a complete bolt-in piece so no press is required to remove
factory bushing (you save $50-60 if you don't own a press, plus
Offset design adds
castor to improve suspension geometry. Arm is reconstructed so
there is no rotational load requiring adjustment or set screws, as
with a standard offset bushing.
accommodates E36 exhaust on E30 M50 conversions
Perfect solution when a
spherical bearing without a dust boot is not acceptable (i.e.
Extensively race and
All E30 3
All E36 3
All E46 3 Series
Z3 and MZ3
*Due to material and
design, attachment to E46 M3 under panel not allowed for or
Lifetime warranty on
bushing material. If used for racing, please verify that replacing
the bushing bracket is legal in your class.
Made in the
Should be the first suspension mod!
From Mike S. of Lynchburg, Virginia on 6/12/2013.
I have these on my DD and I track at DE's and this part has been a fantastic improvement on handling. While you feel bumps harder than the oem fcab, it's not unbearable or a dealbraker by any means.
From Brad of raleigh, North Carolina on 8/19/2006.
These bushing are great!!!can really feel the difference!!!
Excellent Performance and Price
From Joe Egan of La Mesa, California on 2/5/2006.
I use these on my daily driver and love 'em. ...cheaper than shop time to replace bushings on my stock lollypops - with better performance too!
recommended for pro-street or track
From Erin of jacksonville, Florida on 11/26/2004.
I had these installed on my 63k mile e36 M3 when one of my stock bushings sheared at a driving school. These bushing essentially connect the trailing end of the control arm to the unibody mounting point with minimal isolation (a small sleeve insert in an all steel housing). This can be a good or a bad thing depending on what you are looking for. Steering feedback, wheel location, and response is far superior over stock and the front end is more predictable in high speed turns and braking. The lack of bushing isolation does transmit a significant amount of road irregularities directly to the unibody, so the ride is noisier and slightly more harsh. There are some higher speed turns in the roadway where I actually think the car does a slight "hop" when it hits the bump, but this may be more an artifact of wear in my factory struts not being able to handle the additional energy no longer being consumed by a flexing rubber bushing. I think this lack of bushing flex would greatly enhance wheel control and highly recommend these for individuals who race or track their car and are willing to sacrifice some ride comfort for durability and performance.
Awesome part - get it if you track your car
From Clinton Pittman of Birmingham, Alabama on 11/15/2004.
I bought these at a BMW DE at Barber Motorsport on the recommendation of the head instructor. GREAT PART. It maxes out the castor, which gives your car much more directional stability at high speed. High-speed sweepers are a joy! Just watch your fingers between the front of your tire and the front fender. ;-)
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