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Old 11-16-2017, 03:16 PM   #16
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The inserts slide into the existing rubber bushing making it more resistant to movement.
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Old 11-16-2017, 03:55 PM   #17
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Those would be easier to install than say solid bushings, but what if the subframe bushings are pretty shot, I can't imagine that putting in the sleeves will be anywhere as good as solid bushings or new std bushings.

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Interesting. I installed similar inserts before. I kinda want these
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I did the trans mount, been considering replacing the diff bushings even though they're still good. These inserts for the member are almost a gimmie.
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Yes I think the inserts along with the rear subframe, rear diff and trans bushings I already did should be the final nail in the coffin for the drivetrain slop. Still considering motor mounts, but I have yet to find anyone who has them in a sedan. They will probably be ok, but I worry about NVH with the motor mounts for some reason.
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Yes I think the inserts along with the rear subframe, rear diff and trans bushings I already did should be the final nail in the coffin for the drivetrain slop. Still considering motor mounts, but I have yet to find anyone who has them in a sedan. They will probably be ok, but I worry about NVH with the motor mounts for some reason.
I’ll be picking up a set of poly motor mounts from Z1, I can’t imagine the NVH having a drastic change paired with the existing poly bushings we already have and inserts I’ve installed.
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Those would be easier to install than say solid bushings, but what if the subframe bushings are pretty shot, I can't imagine that putting in the sleeves will be anywhere as good as solid bushings or new std bushings.

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My car had 35k miles at the time I installed these, as for the Aphabet youíre trying to make come into play I think it has something to do with us with the G37 platform having steel rear subframes and older platforms having aluminum subframes so maybe they get the missing letters for extra support?
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Iíll be picking up a set of poly motor mounts from Z1, I canít imagine the NVH having a drastic change paired with the existing poly bushings we already have and inserts Iíve installed.
Awesome! Let me know what you think of them. Do you have a sedan?
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Will do! Yep. OEM look works for me.
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