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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by mike_plymouth, Apr 16, 2009.

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    Like new avatar, just seems to catch ur eye
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    Ta. Spotted her whilst looking at hotrod pics. Was time for a change too.
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    i assume you went for street density? do they wear quickly? and is this the whole mount of just the bushes, thanks.
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    Yeah, street density for me. You get the whole mount.....at least I did when I ordered it. Been on the car for a year so far.
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    how many miles has the car done for that year? :p


    whatdiffernece did you notice? is the ride still OEM or is it harsher?
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    About 8000. It will last longer than the standard mount. I'm putting 315bhp through it regularly.

    Or you could try poly as they are super cheap and quick to fit. The secret is not to over tighten the central dogbone bolt.
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