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  1. Tuning & Upgrades
    Hello! I make some tuning for Alfa Romeo in Belarus, like brake systems and other racing stuff. Now i want offer REPAIRED ORIGINAL front suspension with new PU bushes and ball joints. Full set for front will be 300EURO + shipping from Belarus. We can offer harder or softer PU bushes. We start...
  2. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hello everyone, I ride with a Alfa romeo GT 1.9jtd, and i have a trouble with my wishbone lower arms. After 6months my silent bloc are definitely dead on the left side, and right in bad condition. 6 months ago, I changed everything upper and lower arm, ball joint,... Now i want to find a...
  3. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    I plan on keeping my car for a very long time. In fact for as long as I can... I know that my suspension started squeaking and rattling suggesting that I need to make changes to my suspension. I don't want to go in for something aftermarket and do anything to lower the height. The reason is that...
  4. General Alfa Discussion
    Has anyone here used Flo-Flex polyurethane bushes on their Alfa or any other car? If so are they any good, and how do they compare with Powerflex and standard items. I am thinking of getting a couple for the rear beam on my Puma, but I am unsure what they are like. They are certainly a lot...
  5. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Hey all, Im thinking about redoing the rear bushes of my TS Spider, what are people opinion on getting standard rubber bushes vs Polyurethane (eg Powerflex). Thanks guys
  6. Alfa 33, Sud & Sprint
    Has any one got any experience with Powerflex and Superflex suspension bushes on their car? I'm considering fitting them to my 16v 33 but I don't want to make the ride overly harsh because it is a fast road car.
  7. Alfa 75, RZ, SZ
    I want to tighten up the handling on my 75 TS and would like to fit some polyurethane bushes. Does anyone know who sells a complete kit for the 75.
  8. Alfa GTA
    Has anyone fitted these to a gta, can you feel the benefits and any idea of cost? I'm thinking of upgrading to these as mine are becoming a little 'soft', but as it will be a larger outlay i'm wondering if its worth it, hopefully if i do i'll never have to change them again:rolleyes: opinions...
  9. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Hi all, I am thinking about fitting the full car with these bushes, anyone done this and if so any comments on how good or bad they are, cheers
  10. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Like almost all others, my Alfa started to produce squeaking sounds - but already at 1,5 years and 15000 km. OK, here are bad roads, but not that bad :-( For now, it is not very loud, and it can be heard mostly when car goes over few bumps and starts to swing left-right-left.... Bad situation is...
  11. The Classic Alfa Romeos
    I've polybushed a couple of 105s and it will definitely reduce the rear axle waddle. I found that it won't remove the character of the car but leaves it more driveable and everday useable. I have heard some 105 experts reckon not to fit the poly bushes to the rear of the rear suspension...