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SuperPro Rear Wishbone Bush Kit - Mk1/Mk2

Brand new SuperPro rear upper and lower wishbone bush kit

Kit includes:

  • 20x SuperPro polyurethane bushes for upper and lower control arms
  • Fitting instructions
  • 3x packet of lubricant

Fits all MX5 models Mk1 and Mk2, 1989 to 2005

Enquire about our inhouse fitting services for this item


Why SuperPro?

Since 1970, the innovative progression of SuperPro has produced the following improvements:

Bullet Grooves - Allowing for variances in control arms or spring eyes

Double-Helix Grooves - Used inside the bush and outside surface of the crush tube. Especially suitable for greaseable shackles

Self-Lubrication - Extends bush durability, excludes contaminants and assists polyurethane flow into grooves

Voiding - Allows polyurethane to be displaced into grooves under load, reducing NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness)

Knurling - Reduced surface area ensures unrestricted pivoting of control arms

Caster off set Bushings - Provide caster correction in non-adjustable suspensions

Tangential Grease Grooves - Allows grooves to store grease; reducing friction between shackle bush heads and shackle plates, which reduces noise

Extreme Factor - Extra offset castor correction bushings for extreme-lift 4WD applications

Superior Raw Material - New advanced technology in polyurethanes

Turbo Style Voiding - A high performance bushing to reduce engine movement & minimise transmission of high frequency vibrations by use of a unique turbo pattern

Price: £257.28 exc. VAT
VAT: £51.46
Total £308.74 inc. VAT
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