Motorsport Bushing & Bracket Assembly--Preassembled (90A).
This particular version of the front control arm bracket features "anti lift" geometry bushings. These geometry differences allow for better traction and greatly reduces understeer and tire spin. Turn in capability is also further increased over the standard geometry bushings.
Whether you're a regular track junky or just like driving your car hard through the twisties on your favorite back country road, this kit is sure to put a smile on your face every time you enter a turn.
Each kit includes:
The stretch bolts that attach the control arm brackets to your vehicle should be replaced whenever they are removed. You can find an option above to include the 2 upgraded Audi versions of the stretch bolts.
Please Note: These will not fit Mk6 GLI models.
Made to connect your steering knuckle and wheel assembly to the rest of your steering system, control arms are vital to, funny enough, controlling your vehicle. Control arm bushings are similarly important. Designed to protect the connections between the control arm and it's mounting points, control arm bushings determine how well your control arm actually performs. OE control arm bushings are commonly made of soft rubber, this rubber is good at reducing NVH, but it doesn't last long. The good news is SuperPro has what you need.
SuperPro crafts all of their control arm bushings with polyurethane, a material much more durable than rubber. Polyurethane bushings, with their increased durability, are commonly associated with increased NVH. SuperPro realized this and has gone to great lengths to offer the best of both worlds. Utilizing polyurethane bushings to enhance performance, and carefully researching designs to minimize NVH, SuperPro has managed to form some of the best bushings available for those looking to enhance their control without affecting ride quality. SuperPro's use of knurling on their bushings is another result of careful research. This knurling allows grease to stay on the bushings for much longer, reducing the amount of maintenance you have to do.