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Old 11-17-2011, 02:22 PM   #1
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Default Great Graphite Goodness!!!!

We've been working on these for a while now, and while the word is spreading on them perhaps people aren't aware of them overall.

Thus a for sale thread.

What we're doing is unique. We're making a better product with better materials, better tolerances, and with a mind toward the installation process to make life much easier for you DIY guys.

Ok that may sound like the same old schtick that you read from EVERYONE so I'm going to lay out the details and you can come to your own decision.

All these bushings have the following features:

  • Graphite impregnated (self lubricating)
  • Medical grade urethane (long lasting, and no heavy metals)
  • All crush tubes are stainless steel
  • All crush tubes are milled from solid stock
  • Nice and stiff 95A urethane
  • Machined face
  • Split design for super easy installation
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Old 11-17-2011, 02:23 PM   #2
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TiC Forward trailing arm bushing




Some info on a DIY install:
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2075755

A link to purchase these:
http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...oducts_id=1149
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TiC Rear trailing arm bushing





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Old 11-17-2011, 02:25 PM   #4
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TiC Lateral link bushings




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TiC FCAR bushing

These are new so I'll put up the full description.

What is FCAR?

Front Control Arm Rear

What is is really?

It's FCARing awesome!
It's FCARing amazing!
It's FCARing autocross legal!!!!!

Seriously guys, where does it go?

Look at your front control arm. There's three points on it (Hey, it's a basic triangle)
The outter point is the ball joint. This doesn't go there.
The forward point would make it the FCAF bushing
Thus, by process of elimination it goes in the rear.
What you do is press out your stock bushing and put this one in place.

Ok, what does it get me?

What doesn't it get you?
Shore 95A graphite impregnated medical grade urethane
Stainless steel crush tube milled from solid stock
Better dynamic geometry because things don't shift as much
It'll find your lost dog
It'll get you laid
It'll make you more attractive
It'll make you exclaim "THIS IS FCARING AWESOME!!!"
Claims of dog finding and sexual prowess have not been substantiated. But it will make you more attractive by helping your car handle better.

But I don't have a press!!

Not to fear. MSI makes a housing for it that is STILL autocross legal!!! It's called the MSI DSS kit.

What about fitment?

Saab 9-2X
SF Forester
SG Forester
GC Impreza
GD Impreza
BC Legacy and Outback
BD Legacy and Outback
BE Legacy and Outback
BG Legacy and Outback
BH Legacy and Outback
In other words a whole FCARing mess of Subarus!!!



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Old 11-18-2011, 01:25 PM   #6
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for those who haven't seen it yet we're doing a group buy right now that involves the FCAR bushings along with new housings from MSI.
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Old 11-18-2011, 04:54 PM   #7
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...... I'm going to lay out the details and you can come to your own decision.

All these bushings have the following features:

  • Graphite impregnated (self lubricating)
  • Medical grade urethane (long lasting, and no heavy metals)
  • All crush tubes are stainless steel
  • All crush tubes are milled from solid stock
  • Nice and stiff 95A urethane
  • Machined face
  • Split design for super easy installation
That is the expensive way of doing it... and its also the RIGHT way of doing it.
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Old 11-21-2011, 09:48 AM   #8
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Old Bush New Bush Refresh

Old bush, new bush.

Red bush, blue bush.

One bush, two bush.

We're not talking about politicians. I'm not sure anything can be done to fix them. What I am sure of is we can fix the old bush problem.

The problem. Your bushings are old. Your bushings are tired. Your bushings are crispy. Your bushings have bushed the last bump they are going to bush. You really need to replace them.

It's time for an upgrade, and you can do it all at once. So we have a package, and here's what you get:
  • TiC Lateral Link bushings
  • TiC Trailing arm forward bushings
  • TiC Trailing arm rear bushings
  • TiC FCAR bushing
  • Whiteline Plus front control arm forward bushing
  • Basically, all the suspension pick-up points except for the actual top hats.

Here's the features of the TiC bushings:
  • Graphite impregnated for self lubrication
  • Medical grade 95A urethane for long life
  • Milled from solid stock stainless steel crush tubes to cut down on rust binding
  • Split design for ease of install

Then we add in the Whiteline bushing to hit that last point we don't make a part for. Not to worry, it's a very good bushing.

In the end, you'll not only refresh all these points where the suspension arms attach, BUT you actually end up with something better than stock.

Oh! And you save a nice chunk of cash at the same time. Can't really complain about that. Well, you could, but you'll just get weird looks from people if you complain about saving money.

Fitment:

02-07 Impreza


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MSI bushing style trailing arm - 1" height correction

Made under the collaboration agreement between us and MSI is the tubular trailing arm.

Features of this arm are as follows:
  • 4130 Chromoly
  • Tubular for extra rigidity (especially when compared to the open sided stock arm)
  • Some of the most beautiful speckeled grey powdercoating I have ever seen
  • Corrected length for lowered cars - this one is for a car dropped 1" lower than stock
  • The handling difference this makes is truly unbelievable. Almost telepathic turn in.

Results of this arm:
  • Drastically improved turn in
  • Crisper response from the rear of the car
  • Improved dynamic toe loadings due to stiffer forward bushing

This item you are ordering right here includes the TiC forward trailing arm bushing. Features include:

  • Shore 95A for stiffness
  • Graphite impregnated for self lubrication
  • Milled stainless steel crush tube
  • Awesome packed into every single part

Fitment is:


1993-2007 Impreza, 1997-2008 Forester, 1999 and earlier Legacy



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Out of rear trailing arm bushings for now as I ran out of crush tubes. More are being made though.
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