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Originally Posted by [H]ard|On View Post
Honestly most of the time rubber bushings are better than poly for a street car. I guess for racing poly is a step that is often skipped straight to soild ones, leaving poly as some sort of ricer middle ground

No pics?

I love the poly in my Z. There's deflection required in a 4-link setup that poly won't accommodate, though.

As for pics:

When we got it:

Muncie with a Hurst:

P&P head:

Roller valvetrain, Milodon oil pan, Edelbrock intake manifold, and ARP head studs:


B-body front suspension:

12" disks up front:

11" disks in the back:
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1992 300ZX: Not stock, 433 RWHP
1971 240Z: Toyota front brakes, 123 RWHP
1967 Pontiac GTO: not stock.
Old 12-02-2011, 06:54 PM Jehannum is offline  
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