Polyurethane bushings

Discussion in '2014 + Toyota Corolla' started by Chris Denton, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    I’ve reached out to Energy Suspension to see what is available for 11th gen Corolla’s.
    I’m sure a lot of you would be interested.
    After searching their website, I was unable to find anything specific. So I am waiting to hear from them.
    If anyone has more information, please share!
     
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  3. CHEESECH0DE

    CHEESECH0DE New Member

    What will these do, give the car a more sport suspension feel. Im used to that and the bmw "stick to the road" feel
     
  4. OP
    Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    They will dramatically improve the handling. Our stock bushings are rubber and allow a lot of flex. These will almost eliminate that flex and vastly improve your handling, but ride quality could suffer a little.
     
  5. klebinek

    klebinek New Member

    Chris, I believe the sport models with wheel package and rear disks have them stock. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
     
  6. OP
    Chris Denton

    Chris Denton New Member

    I dunno. This is the first time I’m hearing this. How did you acquire this info?
     
  7. klebinek

    klebinek New Member

    I think it was listed on Toyota's official website when looking at the specs at least few years ago when I was looking at mine so around 2015. Not sure if it still does or not.
     
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  8. 3ddie @rana

    3ddie @rana New Member

    Good Morning
    SAY NO 2 ALUMINUN LUGS, its a learning experience 4 me, learn from it the HARD way !

    Lug 1A.JPG Lug 1B.JPG Lug 2JPG.JPG Lug 3.JPG Worth Less.JPG
     
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  9. klebinek

    klebinek New Member

    Aluminum and lugs doesn't even go together well man, come on. You would probably have better luck with good quality plastic. Who sells aluminum lugs? I mean to screw in a tire to the back of the jeep or roof maybe but not for real life driving, damn.
     
  10. 3ddie @rana

    3ddie @rana New Member

    its a learning experience, we learn from our own mistakes !
    We leave and learn !
     

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