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Old 09-11-2015, 07:43 PM   #36
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You didn't something wrong. Bc this is the first negative review.
Also everything you said is not anywhere near existence after the install.


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lol it's a pretty straight forward install. I doubt I messed anything up. This is a terrible "upgrade" IMO. Unless you have a worn stock bushing... even then, I would re-use another stock one because it's a better design.
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Old 09-11-2015, 07:59 PM   #37
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Anyone has this MGW bushing installed on your car?

The stock design is a hunk of crap. And this is from someone who actually drives their car. The bushing works.
If you think it does not,
Either they sent you one not machined right. Or you did something wrong. People mess up simple stuff so not putting that past you.

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The stock design is a hunk of crap. And this is from someone who actually drives their car. The bushing works.
If you think it does not,
Either they sent you one not machined right. Or you did something wrong. People mess up simple stuff so not putting that past you.

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You are sassy aren't you? lol. Must be that Texas ego. I drive my car too.. that's why I bought it. I've also single handedly installed every thing in my sig. I highly doubt I messed up this simple install. Maybe you have more miles on your car and your bushing was more worn? Maybe they sent me a crappy one? Either way, this was a downgrade for me. We're all entitled to our opinions, and I believe the stock bushing is a better design than this one they've sent me. I should've taken a video to show how much play was in there with the "upgrade" vs the stock. And I'm telling you, the stock bushing had NO PLAY what so ever. Could be that I only have 15k on her.
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Something is wrong. Not saying it is you. Could be the part. But something is definitely wrong.


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You are sassy aren't you? lol. Must be that Texas ego. I drive my car too.. that's why I bought it. I've also single handedly installed every thing in my sig. I highly doubt I messed up this simple install. Maybe you have more miles on your car and your bushing was more worn? Maybe they sent me a crappy one? Either way, this was a downgrade for me. We're all entitled to our opinions, and I believe the stock bushing is a better design than this. I should've taken a video to show how much play was in there with the "upgrade" vs the stock. And I'm telling you, the stock bushing had NO PLAY what so ever.

My car had 10,000 miles on it at that time, if that.
It works.
There is something wrong. Either the part of the install. One of the 2


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I am very surprised to hear your experience.

Mine is a huge improvement. Lots of play before the install. No play at all after the install. BTW, don't over-tighten the bolt. I am worried you could round off the aluminum transmission housing.

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Okay, so I received the bushing today, and I installed it. I have to say, I am VERY DISAPPOINTED!

This "bushing upgrade" had more play in it than the stock bushing. I used a breaker bar and tightened the "upgrade" down as much as I could it literally felt like the head was going to break off. The arm had as much play in it as the first stock bushing in the video. After installing it and seeing how much play was in there, I immediately took it back off and put the stock bushing back in (which by the way was not worn at all). Once I put the stock bushing in, the arm had no play what so ever and was solid like the second arm with the "bushing upgrade" in the video.

I thought about this a bit and came to this conclusion....

The stock bushing is inserted into the arm and the round metal piece is forced in causing the bushing to expand eliminating any play that the arm could have inside the round part where the bushing sits. The bolt is then threaded through the arm and clamped to the top of the transmission.

The two steel pieces that MGW sent do not have the ability to expand (like the stock bushing does thanks to the round metal piece that is inserted), thus limiting it to one size. So, even when the bolt is tightened, there is still plenty of play in the round part of the arm where the metal "bushing" sits.

Maybe they sent me the wrong one, which I highly doubt. I will be calling them on Monday to get a refund. Complete waste of time.

Those who have installed this, I would recommend checking how much play the arm has with this "upgrade". Because my stock bushing was a hell of a lot better than this one. Literally had no play and didn't move the arm up, down, or left, right like the "upgrade" did.
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I am very surprised to hear your experience.

Mine is a huge improvement. Lots of play before the install. No play at all after the install. BTW, don't over-tighten the bolt. I am worried you could round off the aluminum transmission housing.
Then that would give me a reason to drop the trans and replace the crappy plastic shift forks with some brass ones and put a decent clutch and flywheel in
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Then that would give me a reason to drop the trans and replace the crappy plastic shift forks with some brass ones and put a decent clutch and flywheel in

No need for all that at your level. Not needed


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Please investigate this and share with us the cause. This is a install that is very hard to mess up with.

The stock bushing has some play, because there is a center tubing (without shoulder) that prevents the 10mm bolt from tightening up the plastic bushings.

The MGW ones eliminates the use of center tubing completely, you are tightening up two aluminum bushings with shoulders. That really fixes the play.



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Please investigate this and share with us the cause. This is a install that is very hard to mess up with.

The stock bushing has some play, because there is a center tubing (without shoulder) that prevents the 10mm bolt from tightening up the plastic bushings.

The MGW ones eliminates the use of center tubing completely, you are tightening up two aluminum bushings with shoulders. That really fixes the play.
My stock bushing had almost no play in it. I explained it in a previous post...

The stock bushing is inserted into the arm and the round metal piece is forced in causing the bushing to expand eliminating any play that the arm could have inside the round part where the bushing sits. The bolt is then threaded through the arm and clamped to the top of the transmission. (similar to the bushings on the rear sway bar links)



The two steel pieces that MGW sent do not have the ability to expand (like the stock bushing does thanks to the round metal piece that is inserted), thus limiting it to one size. So, even when the bolt is tightened, there is still plenty of play in the round part of the arm where the metal "bushing" sits. (back to the sway bar link example.. it would be like taking out that bushing and metal tube completely... and replacing it with two all steel flanged pieces. There is always going to be some type of play in the center between the two flanges because there is no tube to expand the middle of the bushing)

Kind of hard to explain without physically showing you.
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Hey what's going on in here?! What did I miss? Who's going to 3rd grade?


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That's not nice people!!! Stop the name calling. Besides 5th graders happen to be smarter than u think. And ****** bags serve a very important purpose.


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Anyone has this MGW bushing installed on your car?

Lol. What has this thread come to?!
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Just an update...

I talked to George over at MGW (the guy in the video) who said that they have never manufactured a bushing for the v6 arm, only the GT. Him and I both thought that the arm would be the same wether it's in the GT or the V6 because it's the same transmissions, but who knows. He refunded my money, and said that he is going to get ahold of a v6 arm and compare them and IF there's a difference, he is going to manufacture a bushing for the v6's. He said even if theres a 100th of an inch difference, it would be extremely noticeable.
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