It is a difficult choice. I have contributed to this before but for my money I would suggest the following:
1) If you go Powerflex, don't do it yourself. Take it to a specialist like Ned at Autolusso who know exactly what
they're doing. They know it's a pig, it is a pig, but if done properly it works very well.
2) The best upgrade on the rear is on the transverse arms. The PF bushes are robust and the overall effect is
excellent. The protection they afford to the subframe with the generous sleeves is also a plus.
3) The springpan bushes are the headache. The inner bush is the mother of all pigs to fit. Pigs will never fly
with this one. Apparantly, they can be fitted with the washer without shaving down the sleeve, but you will
need someone like Ned to do it. These bushes do such a lot of work though that I'm not convinced that even
PF is the right answer. This is where I'd go the OEM route, with the rose-jointed version fitted to the V6 and
later JTS cars. But it's expensive, so take your choice.
4) Rear upper wishbones. Not worth it. The balljoint will go first and the bushes here seem fairly robust anyway.
5) Front wishbones. Not worth it again, balljoint goes first. Use OEM and fit an upper strut brace.
I've recommended Ned by the way because some stage soon he's going to do my springpan arms for me. This will be the third attempt (first by Ned) to get them right. I've talked this through with Ned and he knows what he's talking about. So Ned if you're reading this, I'll be in touch soon, fingers will be crossed to get these stupid springpan arms right - third time lucky?
Hope that helps.
Last edited by Spider95; 18-06-09 at 13:13.