Scuderia Vittoria Edition 001
Generally for road use you will have;
poly front wishbone bushes and arb bushes with a rubber (non voided) rear bush for the front wishbones.
Accompany this with a fully poly bushed rear set up.
Lcr top mounts and a red dogbone mount.
This will give a firmer, tighter ride without any crashing. This does depend on the suspension set up you are running of course though.
For a more track orientated set up I would say use a poly rear bush in the front wishbones, a yellow dogbone mount and poly/solid top mounts. If you are changing rear control arms then go rose jointed, if you have the money you an also change the front wishbones to rosé joints if you wish. You can also concider solid subframe mounts to reduce that extra bit of movement.
In terms of companies, power flex seems to be very popular and haves very good feel with minimal crashing. Another popular brand is super pro who are a little more expensive but I can't comment on quality I'm afraid. I used a 'race' set of bushings from a contact in Motorsport who in happy to put anyone in touch with
Hope this all makes sense and helps a few people out
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