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  • Front subframe bushings - correct ones?

    Hi All.
    I am looking for a factory or maybe one step stiffer bushing for the front subframe. Powerflex looks good to me but i can not figure out exactly which ones i need. Looks like powerflex themselves dont know exactly

    My car is 1997 Cabriolet US version. What is the correct part numbers? Have anyone installed them? as for catalog I need 2x12mm and 2x10mm but the 12mm are 2 types and it is a mess. PFF3-120-10 and PFF3-120-12

    In german ebay says the ones for Rs2 will fit but..no idea. PFF3-120-12 and also PFF3-121-12 (unavailable in US)

    Any clue? Thanks
    99' BMW 528iT (the Bear) - sold
    07'-09' Linkoln MkS 3.7 (the Limo)
    94' Audi 90 CS 2.8 (Barak Obama) -Dissasembled donor
    97' Cabriolet 2.8 (Kremena) - sold
    97' Cabriolet 2.8 (Albena) - the One

  • #2
    You need 12mm ones.
    2x PFF3-120-12
    2x PFF3-121-12
    1989 Audi 80 Quattro
    1994 Audi 80 Quattro Competition

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    • #3
      Thank you.
      Also do you think they are somewhet louder than the srock ones?
      99' BMW 528iT (the Bear) - sold
      07'-09' Linkoln MkS 3.7 (the Limo)
      94' Audi 90 CS 2.8 (Barak Obama) -Dissasembled donor
      97' Cabriolet 2.8 (Kremena) - sold
      97' Cabriolet 2.8 (Albena) - the One

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      • #4
        I've got superflex subframes bushes and can't tell any difference in noise. I also have the wishbone bushes, my main reason for getting them is ease of fitment. Never yet been able to press standards rubber ones in without damaging the Bush or myself! Polyurethane slip in by hand = dead easy.

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