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Old 1st December 2010, 15:51   #1 (permalink)
 
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FN2 Master control bush kit

As some may know we have been developing a high quality uprated bush kit for the FN2 with one of the top manufacturers in the world and we are now ready to go ahead with the production of the kits but we need to have an idea on numbers interested due to the high tooling costs.

I can 100% guarantee the quality of these kits and you won't be disappointed.

The kits consist of 8 bushings:
2x Front wishbone (Front)
2x Front wishbone (Rear)
2x Rear beam
2x Front anti-roll bar

Kits will retail at 285.79+vat if we can get a quantity of 50 made.

so who would be interested?

Update:

This is the kit.

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They are in manufacture and about 5-6 weeks away.

Please call me asap to reserve your kit as they are being made in batches.

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Old 1st December 2010, 16:08   #2 (permalink)
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Are these polyurethane bushes ?
Excellent price for a complete kit if so.
Pity I have no FN2 or these would have been on the same priority as the eibach springs.



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Old 1st December 2010, 16:10   #3 (permalink)
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Are these polyurethane bushes ?
Excellent price for a complete kit if so.
Pity I have no FN2 or these would have been on the same priority as the eibach springs.

I think they are a "polyawesome" material, but don't quote me.
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Definite for me. Been looking for exactly this.
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I am in , and shipped to singapore
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Judging from the bolts, parts pricing and diagrams,
These may well fit the Type S as well and maybe all models.
If TDI wanted to do a test fitting and widen their customer base

2.0 Type R
2007 HONDA CIVIC 2.0 TYPE R FRONT KNUCKLE - Honda Original Parts from Lings Honda v1.01
5 PFKL649039 KNUCKLE, R. FR. 197.14 (234.84) ($307.97) 001 Three Days
6 PFKL649406 KNUCKLE, L. FR. 197.14 (234.84) ($307.97) 001 Three Days
7 PFKL649549 BOOT, LOWER BALL DUST 18.73 (22.31) ($29.26) 002 Three Days
8 PFKL649745 SPRING, FR. STABILIZER 108.92 (129.75) ($170.15) 001 Three Days
9 PFKL232038 BUSH, FR. STABILIZER HOLDER 13.40 (15.96) ($20.93) 001 Three Days
10 PFKL650318 LINK COMP., FR. STABILIZER 49.61 (59.10) ($77.50) 002 Three Days
11 PFKL650579 ARM COMP., R. FR. LOWER 193.86 (230.93) ($302.85) 001 Three Days
12 PFKL650979 ARM COMP., L. FR. LOWER 193.86 (230.93) ($302.85) 001 Three Days
13 PFKL651462 BRACKET COMP., R. FR. COMPLIANCE 81.65 (97.27) ($127.55) 001 Three Days
14 PFKL651497 BRACKET COMP., L. FR. COMPLIANCE 81.65 (97.27) ($127.55) 001 Three Days
15 PFKL651544 DAMPER, DYNAMIC (FR.) 23.63 (28.15) ($36.91) 001 Three Days
20 PFKL983502 BOLT, LOWER ARM (FR.) 12X107 4.97 (5.92) ($7.76) 001 Three Days
21 PFKL983609 BOLT, LOWER ARM (FR.) (L.) 12X107 10.88 (12.96) ($17.00) 001 Three Days
22 PFKL983724 BOLT, FLANGE, 14X40 4.12 (4.91) ($6.44) 002 Three Days

2007 HONDA CIVIC 2.0 TYPE R REAR LOWER ARM - Honda Original Parts from Lings Honda v1.01
1 PFKL580803 BEAM ASSY., RR. AXLE 635.63 (757.19) ($992.98) 001 Three Days
4 PFKL669847 SPINDLE, R. RR. WHEEL 73.10 (87.08) ($114.20) 001 Three Days
5 PFKL669923 SPINDLE, L. RR. WHEEL 73.10 (87.08) ($114.20) 001 Three Days
6 PFKL670537 RUBBER, RR. STABILIZER 13.69 (16.31) ($21.39) 001 Three Days
7 PFKL681436 COVER, R. RR. SPRING SEAT LOWER 8.55 (10.19) ($13.36) 001 Three Days
8 PFKL681440 COVER, L. RR. SPRING SEAT LOWER 8.55 (10.19) ($13.36) 001 Three Days
11 PFKL982812 SCREW, TAPPING, 5X20 3.13 (3.73) ($4.89) 002 Three Days
12 PFKL987168 BOLT, RR. SPINDLE, 12X38 3.00 (3.57) ($4.69) 008 Three Days
13 PFKL987241 BOLT, FLANGE, 14X128 10.32 (12.29) ($16.12) 002 Three Days

2.2 Type S
2007 HONDA CIVIC 2.2 TYPE S FRONT KNUCKLE - Honda Original Parts from Lings Honda v1.01
5 PFKL649038 KNUCKLE, R. FR. 197.14 (234.84) ($307.97) 001 Three Days
6 PFKL649405 KNUCKLE, L. FR. 197.14 (234.84) ($307.97) 001 Three Days
7 PFKL649549 BOOT, LOWER BALL DUST 18.73 (22.31) ($29.26) 002 Three Days
8 PFKL649745 SPRING, FR. STABILIZER 108.92 (129.75) ($170.15) 001 Three Days
9 PFKL232037 BUSH, FR. STABILIZER HOLDER 13.40 (15.96) ($20.93) 001 Three Days
10 PFKL650318 LINK COMP., FR. STABILIZER 49.61 (59.10) ($77.50) 002 Three Days
11 PFKL650577 ARM COMP., R. FR. LOWER 193.86 (230.93) ($302.85) 001 Three Days
12 PFKL650977 ARM COMP., L. FR. LOWER 193.86 (230.93) ($302.85) 001 Three Days
13 PFKL651460 BRACKET COMP., R. FR. COMPLIANCE 81.65 (97.27) ($127.55) 001 Three Days
14 PFKL651495 BRACKET COMP., L. FR. COMPLIANCE 81.65 (97.27) ($127.55) 001 Three Days
15 PFKL651544 DAMPER, DYNAMIC (FR.) 23.63 (28.15) ($36.91) 001 Three Days
20 PFKL983502 BOLT, LOWER ARM (FR.) 12X107 4.97 (5.92) ($7.76) 001 Three Days
21 PFKL983609 BOLT, LOWER ARM (FR.) (L.) 12X107 10.88 (12.96) ($17.00) 001 Three Days
22 PFKL983724 BOLT, FLANGE, 14X40 4.12 (4.91) ($6.44) 002 Three Days

2007 HONDA CIVIC 2.2 TYPE S REAR LOWER ARM - Honda Original Parts from Lings Honda v1.01
1 PFKL580800 BEAM ASSY., RR. AXLE 635.63 (757.19) ($992.98) 001 Three Days
4 PFKL669847 SPINDLE, R. RR. WHEEL 73.10 (87.08) ($114.20) 001 Three Days
5 PFKL669923 SPINDLE, L. RR. WHEEL 73.10 (87.08) ($114.20) 001 Three Days
6 PFKL670536 RUBBER, RR. STABILIZER 14.62 (17.42) ($22.84) 001 Three Days
7 PFKL681436 COVER, R. RR. SPRING SEAT LOWER 8.55 (10.19) ($13.36) 001 Three Days
8 PFKL681440 COVER, L. RR. SPRING SEAT LOWER 8.55 (10.19) ($13.36) 001 Three Days
11 PFKL982812 SCREW, TAPPING, 5X20 3.13 (3.73) ($4.89) 002 Three Days
12 PFKL987168 BOLT, RR. SPINDLE, 12X38 3.00 (3.57) ($4.69) 008 Three Days
13 PFKL987241 BOLT, FLANGE, 14X128 10.32 (12.29) ($16.12) 002 Three Days







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if only i had an fn2, had these on my golf the best money i spent on it
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unless the arb is thicker i reckon the type s and r will be exactly the same..... and i cant be interested, yet
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what sort of handling performance are we looking at?

Sort of difference between oem and eibachs + FRS?

What would the different be estimated when you already have the likes of eibachs + FRS?

I would be interested but not at this moment in time.
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The difference is in the crispness and predictability of how the car behaves. Generally it removes slack from the suspension, so the car responds more immediately, and you can feel more of what is going on. The geometry stays more consistent (e.g. the dynamic geometry when the car is under load). The negative aspect is really additional noise, vibration and hashness. Some of that can translate into faster component wear. The ultimate position for a car is rose joints in place of bushes for the maximum precision and control in your suspension, but that will result in very short life spans for your components. Solid nylon is your next step, and again they have high wear rates. They you are in the improved poly bushes from the likes of Whileline and Powerflex. These again vary depending on the material rating (even from the same vendor). The base ones usually present a good improvement without facing much increase in vibration, noise etc.

Manufacturers themselves do this between different models. For example, the performance models have stiffer bushes to give better overall handling and feel, as it is reasonable for a performance model to have a bit more hashness to a basic cooking model.

I personally think this will add as much improvement to the feel and handling of the car as the FRS does
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From my own experience on a 4wd sapph...
On the standard rubber the handling/steering felt kind of vague and wallowy kind of thing.
After fitting polyurethane bushes everything was much more tight, precise, responsive.
Not very informative.... but its something you can feel noticably.

How well the civic responds I would love to know myself.

Doh! beaten too it again lol



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^^^+10 Internet points fellas!

It really does make a difference to both steering and handling overall.
I did this with a lesser quality kit on my EP3 when I was racing it and before you used to notice under hard acceleration it would pull one way and lift off it would move the opposite way. This was all due to movement on the lower arms being pulled one way then the other.
With uprated bushings you was keeping everything in position all the time so the car stayed straight.
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Put me down for a kit TP. Chat soon
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Interested. How much would fitting be? Im sure I read somewhere this will take alot of hours to do.....
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We are thinking its going to be a good 6 hours then need to re-check the alignment.
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Special rate on labour THEN?
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Its more a case of how many people would be interested at the moment so we can sort out whether these kits are going to be manufactured. If they do then maybe we can sort a group buy special labour rate but its knowing how many kits that could be sold.
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I would be interested depending on labour costs.
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[QUOTE=tdi-north;761461]with one of the top manufacturers in the world [/QUOTE]
Can I ask who is going to manufacture it? The product quality could change drastically.
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