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ELIMINATE THE SLOP IN YOUR DRIVETRAIN.

At SERIALNINE we aim to unify mind and car. Transmitting every thought and instinct into response and precision of the vehicle.
Steering, throttle and braking accurately balanced and controlled without waver or deviation.  This is...
RIGID

-A solid bushing system designed to improve response and precision through replacement of factory rubber bushings.
-Subframe bushings are precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum 
-Differential bushings are made from high performance Acetal Resin (Delrin) for decreased N.V.H.
-Positions available for both Subframe and Differential mounts
-Easy 'Slip-fit" installation 
-Aluminum parts are anodized SERIALNINE Green for corrosion resistance and distinctive style 

Subframe bushings

The SERIALNINE Rigid Subframe bushings remove unwanted compliance in the rear-end allowing the alignment to stay true under all conditions.

We highly recommend our Rigid Subframe bushings to anyone Drifting or Racing. They dramatically improve direct steering inputs and predictability. -A solid bushing system designed to improve response and precision through replacement of factory rubber bushings.-Subframe bushings are precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum -Differential bushings are made from high performance Acetal Resin (Delrin) for decreased N.V.H.-Positions available for both Subframe and Differential mounts-Easy 'Slip-fit" installation -Aluminum parts are anodized SERIALNINE Green for corrosion resistance and distinctive style

Differential bushings

The SERIALNINE Rigid differential bushings provide efficient power transmission, crisp throttle response and direct throttle modulation. Made from a high performance Acetal Resin (Delrin) these differential bushings help to reduce Noise Vibration and Harshness compared to other solid bushing materials. 

We feel these are an essential product for Drifting and Racing. Providing 100% power transmission, You are much better able to feel what level of grip you have. On/Off throttle transitions are directly linked to wheel speed.