Interior & Exterior
Suspension & Steering
Better Road Holding
More Responsive Steering
Constant Steering Geometry
No. Due to the unique properties of the raw material and the design techniques used to manufacture SuperPro Polyurethane bushes they will not cause any extra noise, vibration or harshness (NVH) over the standard rubber bushes. This makes them suitable for road cars and race cars a like.
Yes, by fitting SuperPro bushes you will experience consistent steering geometry, and enhanced handling and control of any vehicle as it does not deteriorate as rubber will. Due to SuperPro's unique Polyurethane material and design features, stricter tolerances can be used which will give you improved performance characteristics such as; better road holding, increased tyre life, more responsive steering, and longer service life of suspension components
All SuperPro bushes can be fitted with normal workshop tools and equipment. Where necessary, grease is supplied for effective operation and to assist fitment, but in many cases the most difficult job will be removing the old bush!
As SuperPro’s Polyurethane material is not affected by petrochemicals, water, salt, daylight and is extremely resistant to abrasion, with normal use SuperPro bushes will last up to six times longer than original rubber components. The material also remembers it’s shape - long after a rubber bush will have ‘Set’ in a distorted position
Yes. Lowering a car actually puts more stress on the original bushes and will make them deteriorate faster. By fitting a lowering kit on your car and keeping the original bushes you will not get the best from it as the suspensions arms will still be able to move making the cars geometry unstable. Fitting SuperPro to the car help keep all the suspension arms in the correct position – even under heavy cornering. SuperPro also offers the option of caster & camber adjustment bushes which can help compensate for geometry changes as a result of lowering