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FIGS rear diff mounts. Pinion mounts released

We are pleased to offer this 3P modular bushing for the rear pinion mount. The factory bushings are fluid filled and allow a huge amount of flex. This can cause driveline angle changes and binding from power. These bushings put firmness where it is needed and compliance where it will prevent damage. Videos and a write up soon.

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these look promising, but will there be a version with the subframe mounts any time soon?

Still interested in the "hybrid" setup you talked about awhile ago on facebook

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I'd pull my carrier out again if these fit from the brs/frs: Superpro SPF4112-80K

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I'd pull my carrier out again if these fit from the brs/frs: Superpro SPF4112-80K
They do not, but we have the IS version very close to completion.
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these look promising, but will there be a version with the subframe mounts any time soon?

Still interested in the "hybrid" setup you talked about awhile ago on facebook
After seeing how the 100 duro presses in, I will not continue to pursue the aluminum version. These are nearly the same modulus.

subframe insert bushings will be further tested as I have only had the car out once since the swap due to weather. All I can say is that IS520 is now utterly ridiculous with the recent changes.

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Does this eliminate the clunk under shifting? Or which bushings do you offer that do assist in that?

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There are a lot of things that can cause that. These will replace your worn or fluid filled rear diff bushings. How about that?

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Will be ordering all the diff bushings soon. My diff is leaking, good time to upgrade.

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