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The new bushings made a huge difference, corner exits are easier, as the car is a bit more level and I can put more power down with less wheel spin. A matter of concern, however, is how beat up my stock bushings are. After 3900 miles, they are already deforming. Now, I like corners more than most people, (see this thread for proof) but this could be a problem for most folks before to long.



Here are the stock parts:



As you can see, they are already pretty beat up. It is an easy install, took about 45 minutes total, and I was taking my time and snapping pics.
 

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WHere ya get them and how much they cost?
Um, I cant say yet. There will be a full kit released soon though. I actually had to bore out the rear ones, as they are made for the 14mm standard rear swaybar rather than the 17mm SRT bar. Also, the fronts are a mix of PT Cruiser 24mm bore and Neon endlink parts. I will update the info as soon as I get the word.
 

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Looks good.. :p

Looks like a worthwile modification for us to do to one of our project cars ..
Especially when you compare the stock rear swaybar endlinks to the new urethane pieces.

We have already talked to said manufacturer, and will be stocking the full kits as soon as they come out.. Plus testing em out on our Srt-4's ! 8)

Good job Jefe, thanks for helping along the SRT4 aftermarket for all of us.
 

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el_jefe

Is there any bushings for the body mounts?

Where did you get the bushings from?

Damn DCX. Why is it when you build a decent car, there are cheap components on the beast. Not only that, what is the blazing *$(U#@ is the rust? I feel sorry for those who live in the snow areas where salt is must for the roads.

With this mod, I will have the bars powdercoated to cover the poor judgement call non-painted surfaces.
 

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hemidakota said:
Is there any bushings for the body mounts?
nope.

hemidakota said:
Where did you get the bushings from?
Southern California :lol:

hemidakota said:
Damn DCX. Why is it when you build a decent car, there are cheap components on the beast. Not only that, what is the blazing *$(U#@ is the rust? I feel sorry for those who live in the snow areas where salt is must for the roads.

With this mod, I will have the bars powdercoated to cover the poor judgement call non-painted surfaces.
Screw that, the Mopar ones are powdercoated already. But whats up with that blue color? I know its Mopar's color, but everything else on the car is red, the blue just doesn't match.
 
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