E36 solid delrin rear subframe bushing 75D -33319059301, 33319066671
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BMW E36 solid delrin rear subframe bushing 75D -33319059301, 33319066671
There are the four bushings/mounts connecting the subframe to the e36 chassis. These will fit all e36 cars except the "ti". This is the delrin version which is recommended for race application only. It is the ultimate no compromise version for track and drift use. It will secure your subframe to your e36 chasis with ZERO MOVEMENT. This is because Delrin is a very hard durometer. However for this reason, there will be more NVH into the cabin and may not be suitable in a street application for that reason. If you are looking for something that is firmer then factory rubber we also offer these in 80a poly and 95a poly.
With These Delrin e36 rear subframe bushings, your subframe will remain solid mounted which means a reliable, more predictable, and planted e36. An absolute must for e36 cars that see constant track use. Notices will be felt on/off throttle loading, cornering, weight transfer, etc. Please note that because these are delrin, we recommend them for race application only as they will increase the noise that goes into the cabin just like all solid mounting bushings (our poly options for these is a lot quieter)
These subframe bushings replace OEM part numbers - 33319059301, 33319066671
This item fits the following BMWs:
ALL E36s including M3. (does not fit TI cars)
Price is for all 4 subframe bushings. Enough to do 1 car. Comes with lifetime warranty.
Why use delrin bushings in my e36?
Well we will start by mentioning that the e36 factory bushings we made of rubber (duh!). That means the bmw put them there because they are designed to flex and absorb energy making it a little comfy on the street and not allowing a sh** ton of noise to get in). Thats wonderful if your car is a street car, but on an all out track rat, drift car, or full out race car build you want your alignment to stay constant. Get it? Flex = the enemy. That makes Delrin the ultimate bushing for all out race vehicles. It is incredibly strong, has no flex, and low coefficient of frictiom. That means no suspension bushing deflection ( which means no geometry change). We dont recommend delrin in street-use cars because of the amount of NVH but HIGHLY-recommended for track cars. If you are looking for a compromise between delrin and rubber, then check out our poly line. We offer them in a few flavors to suit your needs from OEM+, to dual purpose street/autox/track cars. Keep in mind that Delrin will outlast your OEM rubber bushings.