|Category||Vehicle Parts ▸
Suspension & Steering ▸
|Created||Sunday, January 1, 2012|
|Last Updated||Monday, November 20, 2017|
Energy Suspension Hyper-Flex System Bushing Kit Black Nissan 240SX S13 1989-1994SKU. 01WWP Part No. 7.18106G 3 reviews
Durable Black Bushings
More firm than rubber
Energy Suspension Quality
Product DetailsHyper-Flex System Black Nissan 240SX Xe 1989-1994
Proven on the racetrack as well as the street, the Energy Suspension Hyper-Flex System allows you to replace your mushy rubber bushings with high-performance polyurethane versions. Domestic or import, front or rear wheel drive, 2WD or 4WD—all vehicles will achieve a higher level of performance. Hyperflex components will not break down or deteriorate from exposure to oils, undercar chemicals, or atmospheric conditions. They also improve appearance over stock and are available in several different colors to suit all of your needs, from show to go.
- Hyper-Flex System Incl F/R Control Arm Bush. Frt. Strut Rod Bush. F/R Sway Bar Bush. Rr. Diff. Mt. Inserts Must Reuse Exist Outer Metal Shells/All Metal Hrdw., Color: Black
Ratings & Reviews
Product Reviews and Ratings
3.7 out of 5.0 based on 3 reviews
May 18, 2012
Just get a set of fully adjustable suspension arms. I installed all of these bushings a couple years ago. It made the car just enough stiffer to be uncomfortable. This discomfort would be fine for a strong handling increase, however, the car sticks about the same. For the level of work you put into installing all these bushings (you're looking at $600+ for a performance shop)- took me a long weekend and a lot of anger, you should just move up to fully adjustable solid arms with spherical bearings. I just replaced the majority of my suspension components with adjustable arms (this also will add only a few hundredths of a G), and WOW major improvement in steering feel. You can install them all in one day, dial your alignment in more carefully than you'll ever need, with similar stiffness to polys, and you'll never want to drive another car.
May 3, 2010
This is a great product! Although, if you have a JDM 180SX, the rear sway bar bushings are too small to completely go around the sway bar. Everything else seems to fit in place. With the sub-frame bushing, use a heat gun to loosen the bushing a little for easy of installation.
Sep 7, 2008
missing front control arm bushing set
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