The reason why Energy Suspension bushings are superior to any kind of other automotive bushing is because of the material they are made from. Every one of their suspension bushings is made from polyurethane which is far better than rubber. Polyurethane bushings can handle a broader range of heat temperatures and resist against harmful contaminants that vehicle encounter on the road every day. They have perfected their hyper-flex performance polyurethane products that are available for trucks, sport compacts, hot rods, muscle cars and SUVs. Anything that has four wheels will greatly benefit from Energy Suspension bushings.
When you first purchase a vehicle, the handling might be good for a couple of years, but sometimes even less than that depending on the driving. There are many road conditions and harmful contaminants that weaken and wear out factory rubber bushings that make the vehicle handle sloppy and can be unbearable. As vehicle owners, we want the car or truck to be as tight as possible when taking turns and driving on uneven surfaces. Energy Suspension bushings make this possible and can replace every single suspension bushing on your vehicle.
The benefits reach far beyond just a firmer suspension and enhanced driving capabilities. Adding Energy Suspension bushings will allow for a maintenance free product. Not only will they bounce back from rough pot holes and bumps, but they will last forever. Their polyurethane bushings will never crack or become mushy from snow or water like rubber ones do. Most of them are even pre-lubricated so you will never experience noises from the various Energy Suspension bushings that you have installed.
You have to feel it to believe it. Energy Suspension bushings are products that must be tested for someone to realize and appreciate its benefits. Just imagine taking a sharp turn and experience little to no body roll. From Energy Suspension bump stops to Energy Suspension control arm bushings, each of them will tighten up the entire driving experience to something you will never want to be without again.
With over 25 years in the business, Energy Suspension has perfected their product and continues to produce nothing but quality and affordable polyurethane bushings. OEM suspension bushings are more expensive and do not last as long, which is why you should upgrade to Energy Suspension bushings when that time comes. There is no point in paying for a more expensive product that does not even last longer. Affordable and quality auto parts are hard to come by these days.
The benefits of Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings are felt both on the track and off the track. They can be selected in a variety of stiffness from hard to soft that will accommodate any automobile. High performance vehicles need that extra strength to aid in handling when taking sharp turns at extremely high speeds, while daily driven vehicles just want a firmer suspension with better handling.
Energy Suspension bushings also play a role in allowing your tires to last longer. There is nothing worse than when your tires wear out prematurely from a misaligned suspension or failing suspension bushings. When your suspension bushings start to wear out, the parts they are providing support will not perform as well. Things like your tie rods, control arms and strut rods all play a role in keeping your vehicle straight. Once you hear knocking or clunking in the front of your vehicle, it is time to upgrade to Energy Suspension bushings.
They also provide a full overhaul kit for your automotive suspension which is found in the Energy Suspension master bushing set. This set is perfect for any vehicle, but especially for hot rods and muscle cars since all of the suspension bushings are worn out since they are so old. Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings will make your classic vehicle feel completely brand new again and you can experience the benefits of a tighter suspension. Most muscle cars have sloppy handling since the technology on them is so old. They also have appearance enhancements since all Energy Suspension bushings are produced in both black and red.