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    Talking SuperPro G8 full rear cradle bushings!!

    Hey guys I just wanted to let you know that received some awesome news, BMR will have full G8 poly-urethane rear cradle bushings for you guys within the next 3-4 weeks. These bushings are being manufactured by SuperPro and will come with a lifetime warranty so they will be of the highest quality. These will be the full bushing replacements and not just the inserts and will offer a large step up in performance compared to the inserts. If you are making more than 500hp to the tires these will definitely be something that will interest you.

    The bad news is that I only have 6 sets of these SuperPro full rear cradle bushings on this first order because we want to see what kind of interest we are going to have in them. If you are interested in these at all I would recommend going ahead and placing an order for these so you can put your name on a set. The pricing on these kits will be $345.26 plus shipping.

    If you have any questions or would like to place an order give me a call here at the or shoot me an email.

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    These are complete change outs and not the inserts you currently sell?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket69GTP View Post
    These are complete change outs and not the inserts you currently sell?
    You are correct, these will be the full bushing replacements. I am working on getting some pictures for you guys and as soon as I do I will post them up for you.
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    I woukd be interested in a set
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    As soon as I get our first batch in from Australia I will get some pictures up for you guys. As far as I know SuperPro is the one and only company currently making the full poly-urethane rear cradle bushings for the G8. I am just as interested as you guys are and I have a feeling these will definitely interest some people once they are ready to ship out. I will make sure I keep you all informed on them.
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    I installed the BMR inserts a few months ago and loved how planted the rear of the car feels. I can only imagine how much more planted everything will feel with an entire new bushing setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matts88yj View Post
    I installed the BMR inserts a few months ago and loved how planted the rear of the car feels. I can only imagine how much more planted everything will feel with an entire new bushing setup.
    These full bushing replacements should be a considerable improvement over the current inserts we have available so it will be interesting to see what people think of them once they are installed. I am pretty excited about them because I know I have been asked a bunch of time whether there is full poly-urethane bushing replacement for the rear cradle on the G8s and up until now there hasn't been an option.
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    Interested to see what the reviews are on these everyone that has done the inserts loves the after. I can imagine a huge difference over the oem ones but will it be as big a difference if you go from inserts to the full?
    Would the inserts be any good to use again I have had them for less than a year but could I swap them to the wife's and get the full set for mine or are they done after instal?

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    These would be great for track cars but keep in mind some rubber does help isolate sound.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Semperfire View Post
    Interested to see what the reviews are on these everyone that has done the inserts loves the after. I can imagine a huge difference over the oem ones but will it be as big a difference if you go from inserts to the full?
    Would the inserts be any good to use again I have had them for less than a year but could I swap them to the wife's and get the full set for mine or are they done after instal?
    You could defintiely swap the inserts over to your wife's G8 and they would be fine since they are reusable. I can tell you with the 2010+ Camaros there is a large difference in performance in handling going from the inserts to the full bushings so I am sure it would be the same for the G8.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chewy View Post
    These would be great for track cars but keep in mind some rubber does help isolate sound.

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    This is where I would definitely have to disagree with you. There will be very minimal additional NVHs when going from the factory rubber bushings to the full poly-urethane replacement bushings because the poly-urethane is still plenty soft enough to absorb the majority of NVHs still. Statistically about 80% of the rear cradle bushings we sell for the 2010+ Camaros are the full bushing replacements and the majority of those cars are used as daily drivers and driven on a very regualr basis.
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