Newbie, wt effect does polybush hv on handling?

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  1. chrisckyu

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    currently i hv a RX7 FD3S, and some of the bushes looks worn. So looking to polybush the whole car, just wondering wt effect does it hv on the cars handling? n is it worth the money?
     
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    Maybe if you are worried about cash try window weld, it is made of polyurethane. But anyway it is worth it.
     
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    Have* what* and*
     
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    wouldn't the window weld become brittle overtime?
     
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    i m not just saying very nice build for the sake of it. If you look closely they are all 350z, s15 ans RX7 builds that i comment on. I myself owns a RX7 and a 350z. And S15 is one of my favourite car. Calling other people twats just make yourself sound more like a twat.
     
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    Polybush them. I polybushed the engine and trans mounts aswell as rest of the chassis
     
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    If the bushes are gone you may aswel polybush it. The kits are normally not much more than standard bushes and they are much better. Everything will stay where it should as the poly bushes flex less than standard and it'll be a lot nicer to drive. I've heard of people using windscreen sealant to fix dodgy bushes but that's usually a bodge to get through an mot or something and not exactly a long term fix
     
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    Polybush it, will tighten everything and once all realigned will drive like a different car!
     

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