BMW Manual Transmission Bushings - E30, E36, E46, E21, E28, E39, E90, E92
WHAT ARE 80A POLY TRANS BUSHINGS?
These 80A polyurethane transmission mounts are meant for that OEM + feel. That means you want a subtle upgrade for your street car without too much of a compromise in comfort, these bushings are a happy medium. These poly bushings are designed for the street enthusiast. The price is for a pair (2 units). This poly transmission bushing kit comes with everything you need to do 1 car. As with every other bushing we make, we stand by our products; they come with a Garagistic lifetime warranty.
WHY REPLACE YOUR TRANSMISSION BUSHINGS?
These poly transmission bushings will have less movement under braking and cornering and, moreover, will not transfer much noise into the cabin which will make the ride a bit easier. These are a bolt through design (10.9-grade hardware); Hardware has a nylon insert, to ensure it does not back out on its own. These bushings are great for spiritedly-driven BMW streetcars. Moreover, these bushings are great for Auto-x use as well! Our poly bushing design does not allow for separation of the motor mount or transmission at all. Do it right, do it once, do it Garagistic.
WILL THESE POLY BUSHINGS FIT MY BMW CAR?
- DOES NOT FIT E30 M3 model
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF 80A POLY TRANS BUSHINGS?
- Adds responsiveness
- Reduced noise (compared to Delrin)
- Longer life than rubber OEM bushings
- Streetcar approved
- Does not all engine movement under heavy braking or acceleration
- Lifetime Garagistic warranty
- Transmit more power
- Oil, water, and solvent resistant
- Compatible with E30, E36, E28, E46, E90, E92, E21, E34, Z3 and E39s
TORQUE SPEC: 12-14 ft/lbs
Step 1: Safely jack up the vehicle from the front or rear and lower it securely on jack stands. Gently rock the vehicle to make sure it has seated properly on the jack stands
Step 2: Support the transmission with the jack and remove the bottom nuts of the transmission mounts and the 4 trans bracket bolts. Lastly, remove the two nuts of the trans mounts
Step 3: Install the trans bracket with loose bolts so it can slide back and forward
Step 4: Slightly raise the transmission so that the bushing can slide in place with the bolt and washer going on top of the ear of the transmission. Install the washer and nut on the bottom
Step 5: Slide the trans bracket and bushings as far forward as possible and tighten the bracket bolts
Step 6: Lower the trans on the bushings and tighten trans bushings bolts. Torque to 14-16ftlbs
Do not over tighten