Nr 30 on diagram. Requires 1 per car. Designed to fill the voiding in the OE rubber mount, it smooths out gear changes by stiffening and supporting the often perished rubber bush, which is common for failure on tuned vehicles. This will provide a more precise and settled transmission response during acceleration and deceleration. A small increase in NVH, usually at idle, should be expected when stiffening the connecting mount between the engine/transmission and chassis. The harder the material used, the greater the NVH transmitted especially on diesel vehicles. The stock transmission and upper engine mounts have always been a problem on these vehicles. The rubber perishes and splits, allowing for excessive engine movement.The answer until now has been to replace with new standard rubber mounts or fit expensive aftermarket mounts that are generally prone to excessive levels of NVH transmission.PFF85-530 is an intermediate solution from Powerflex.
Nr 4 on diagram. Requires 1 per car. Made using our hardest Black 95A material, PFF85-704BLK fits vehicles from mid-2008 and is recommended for Competition use. For vehicles up to mid-2008 use PFF85-504BLK. Being a stiffer material additional NVH may be experienced when fitting this part.
Nr 4 on diagram. Requires 1 per car. Made using our hardest Black 95A material, PFF85-504BLK fits vehicles up to mid-2008 and is recommended for Competition use. For vehicles from mid-2008 on use PFF85-704BLK. Being a stiffer material additional NVH may be experienced when fitting this part.
Nr 2 on diagram. Requires 2 per car. PFF85-502G is a low-resistance polyurethane bush and CNC machined bracket combination providing Anti-Lift and 1 of caster offset. Designed to improve steering precision and braking stability, the revised Anti-Lift and caster geometry provides extra grip and reduced understeer. It is designed to complement PFF85-501G Front Wishbone Front Bush to provide +/- 0.5 degrees of camber adjustment.