Description Reviews Powerflex Front Control Arm Bushings Gen 2 R56 Style. If you have 60K miles or more on your MINI, more than likely your bushings are already blown out or on their way. So replace your worn out bushings with these great units from Powerflex. Powerflex polyurethane bushings are designed to decrease the amount of deflection in your car's suspension for better handling, more driver feedback, and better tire wear. Powerflex uses premium polyurethane materials for minimal NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) and increased longevity over the stock rubber bushings. Bushings come in pre-determined durometers (measured hardness) from Powerflex to work best in each particular location. The street bushing will work best for mostly everyone. They have been spec'd by Powerflex to be the best durometers for your application and are 70A (Yellow), 80A (Purple), and 95A (Black). Powerflex copper-based grease is supplied with every dynamic product. We suggest using only a copper-based grease for lubrication. Due to grooves and knurls cast into the material to hold the lubricant, bushings will rarely need re-lubing. We do not suggest using an "anti-seize" product for lubrication. Want a stiffer bushing? Have a track car? Try “The Black Series”. A new range of bushings developed for Race, Rally and Circuit use. The Powerflex Black Series bushings are manufactured using a 95 Shore A compound to provide maximum control of chassis geometry. IN STOCK ready to ship. Warranty: All Powerflex bushings are made in the UK and come with a 1 year, unlimited mile warranty. Get these bushings pre-pressed into the bracket here at the shop! Just select it from the pull downs. Labor is only $20 plus, shipping weight, & a $100 REFUNDABLE core when un-damaged brackets are returned within 2 weeks. Return Form Note: Sold as a pair. 1 Review 5 Great Product and Performance Improvement Posted by Guy Boutilier on 12th Mar 2015 These bushings are a great performance upgrade for Mini. I especially like that Detroit Tuned offers and "pressed bushing" into a bracket . This makes the job a lot easier.