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Old 11-11-2011, 12:29 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by hybrid gti 2 View Post
Wondering the same thing
this bushing, by virtue of reusing the stock housing does not alter stock anti-lift geometry. Additionally, should you get the MSI housing (such as in the group buy I JUST put up) it will also not alter the stock geometry.

What this does offer is the stiffest bushing for this location that we know of short of moving to a bearing style mount.

Stiff bushing
Self lubricating
better fit of the machined bit (even when compared to stock)

leads to better precision and better control.

I have a bit of an example video showing the underside of the car with some other bushings in place. If you carefully watch you can see the rear of the control arm moving as it crushes that bushing (provided you don't get distracted by the glowing headers).

Let me see if I can find it. For now it's time for me to head home. 15+ hours here is enough for me for today.
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