159 Cruiser and
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: United Kingdom
I have recently had the powerflex upgrade (lowers only), I waited until my bushes had started to go before upgrading, but not excessively, I did notice a nice improvement in handling, with the feeling of more grip too, in terms of stiffening the ride, you could feel a little more of the road through the car, but I was looking for it.
Because with the standard bushings you need to replace the whole arm ( cost between £150-£200 each side), whilst the powerflex is a swap over of the actual bushing(£55 for both sides), with a little more labour to put the bushing in, it's actually a very cost effective way of replacing the bushings full stop too!
159 1.9JTDM Ti and Giulietta 2.0 Veloce
ex: Punto 55s, Golf Mk5 1.4FSi, A3 (8P) Sportback 2.0TDi SE, A4 (B8) 2.0TDI S-Line, 306 HDI Meridian
Last edited by giblets46; 12-11-14 at 10:19.