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Old 17-04-2009, 11:48 AM   #1
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Just after peoples opinions on what are better poly bushes, superflex or powerflex??? thanks in advance.
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i think powerflex will get the nod 99% of the time

i personally got some cheapo versions cos picked up a whole car set of flo-flex items for 30quid lol

but as for the best quality available, powerflex is the way to go
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Yes powerflex seem to be the only choice when buying these, ive got the front ARB bushes from burton power, they are purple and around £15 each.
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I have powerflex and those are very good in my opinion.
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just bought the shock top mounts, lower arm bushes, and anti-roll bar bushes all powerflex. Have used deflex/flo-flex before and thought they were rubbish imo
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Have used deflex/flo-flex before and thought they were rubbish imo
I guess that confirms what I have heard before!
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ive had both the powerflex looks better no dout in that!but the flo flex are so much cheaper, its worth a punt!
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Hi People.
just to say,POWERFLEX are the best,end of no doubt about it,have used them mon my golf mk2gti and escort rs turbo and they both handle like there on rails,sorry 4 the cheese lol.accept no imitations if u want the best expect to pay the money,at the end of the day u get what u pay for.
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