|Category||Vehicle Parts ▸
Suspension & Steering ▸
|Created||Wednesday, December 26, 2012|
|Last Updated||Monday, November 20, 2017|
Lightweight aluminum material
Improves suspension geometry
DIF S13 To S14 Rear Subframe Conversion Solid Aluminum Bushings
Some of the biggest benefits of converting your S13 subframe into a S14 one are the improvements in the anti-squat geometry and the rear bump steer curves.
Anti squat is a term used with rear wheel drive cars and is the amount of compression that is applied to the driving wheels under acceleration. Bump steer is the term for the tendency of the wheel of a car to steer as it moves upwards. The rear suspension is usually set up to minimize bump steer where possible. Excessive bump steer increases tire wear and makes the vehicle more difficult to handle on rough roads. Both of these suspension geometries benefit with the conversion from an S13 rear subframe to a S14 one.
The task is made even simpler with these DIF Solid Bushings. Fabricated here in the U.S., they insert easily into the donor subframe. Because they are solid 6061 aluminum bushings, they also reduce play in the suspension compared to old and mushy bushings. Whether you are on a track or a daily driver, your S13 is sure to benefit from this procedure.
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