Collection: Bushings

9 Aftermarket Motorsports collection of suspension and steering bushings are constructed of Steel, Aluminum, or Polyurethane and are used to increase vehicle response as well as increase range of motion in performance driving, offroad, overland, and racing conditions.
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About Bushings

Performance Vehicle Suspension Bushings are essential components that play a crucial role in enhancing a vehicle's handling, ride quality, and overall performance. These high-quality components are designed to replace and upgrade the stock rubber or factory suspension bushings with more durable and performance-oriented alternatives. Here's a description list of performance vehicle suspension bushings:

  1. Polyurethane Bushings: Polyurethane suspension bushings are known for their increased durability and resistance to wear and tear. They offer improved suspension responsiveness and can handle higher loads, providing better control and feedback to the driver.
  2. Solid Aluminum Bushings: Solid aluminum suspension bushings are designed for maximum rigidity and minimal deflection. These bushings are ideal for performance-oriented vehicles, as they eliminate slop in the suspension system, resulting in sharper handling and improved steering precision.
  3. Delrin Bushings: Delrin is a high-performance plastic material that offers a balance between durability and flexibility. Delrin suspension bushings are resistant to moisture and chemicals, making them suitable for aggressive driving conditions.
  4. Spherical Bearings: Spherical bearings, also known as spherical rod ends or Heim joints, provide unrestricted articulation for the suspension components. They are often used in high-performance applications where precise suspension adjustments are necessary.
  5. Urethane Pivot Bushings: Urethane pivot bushings are designed to enhance suspension geometry and maintain alignment during spirited driving. They provide improved cornering stability and reduced wheel hop.
  6. Stiffer Compound Bushings: Performance bushings are typically made from a stiffer compound than factory rubber bushings. This increased stiffness minimizes deflection and ensures that the suspension components stay in their intended positions, allowing for more predictable and responsive handling.
  7. Adjustable Bushings: Some performance bushings are adjustable, allowing for fine-tuning of suspension geometry. These are particularly useful for enthusiasts who want to customize their vehicle's handling characteristics to their preferences.
  8. Rear Trailing Arm Bushings: These bushings are often used in rear suspension setups to improve traction and reduce wheel hop during acceleration. They play a vital role in maintaining proper alignment and reducing unwanted movement in the rear suspension.
  9. Front Control Arm Bushings: Upgrading the front control arm bushings can lead to improved steering precision, reduced understeer or oversteer, and better road feedback. Performance versions of these bushings are often designed to minimize deflection.
  10. Complete Bushing Kits: Many manufacturers offer complete suspension bushing kits that include all the necessary bushings for a comprehensive suspension upgrade. These kits can provide a cost-effective solution for those looking to overhaul their vehicle's suspension.

Performance Vehicle Suspension Bushings are a critical part of a high-performance or enthusiast's vehicle setup, allowing for better control, improved handling, and a more engaging driving experience. When selecting the right bushings for your vehicle, it's essential to consider the intended use, driving conditions, and your specific performance goals to achieve the desired results.