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      01-22-2018, 06:27 PM   #1
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New 034Motorsport Rear Subframe Inserts for your E9X!

New BMW 034Motorsport E9x Rear Subframe Inserts

BMW E9X 3 Series 325i/xi (2006)
BMW E9X 3 Series 328i/xi (2007-2013)
BMW E9X 3 Series 330i/xi (2006)
BMW E9X 3 Series 335i/is/d (2007-2013)


ECS Tuning is your source for E9x 034Motorsport Rear Subframe Inserts.
Put your power down more efficiently and eliminate deflection in your Subframe Bushings by adding Rear Subframe Inserts from 034Motorsport!




Install requires dropping the Subframe and, while you can install these inserts without replacing your Subframe Bushings, ECS Tuning recommends installing new Subframe Bushings at the time of installation.
Subframe Bushings commonly fail on E9x vehicles - this service should be done on time to keep your Ultimate Driving Machine in check.




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How do these compare to the Powerflex black series insert bushings?
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      02-20-2018, 04:16 PM   #3
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How do these compare to the Powerflex black series insert bushings?
These are going to be a full solid insert, vs the Powerflex Black which is still poly.
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328xi but not 335xi?
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328xi but not 335xi?
Click HERE for your BMW E9X 3 Series 328i/xi (2007-2013)
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I have M3 installed on my E90 335. Is it correct to buy the M3 inserts instead of the 335i insert? Would you recommend this for street?
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I have M3 installed on my E90 335. Is it correct to buy the M3 inserts instead of the 335i insert? Would you recommend this for street?
Bushing shape dictates the insert, so you would want something designed to work with the M3 rear bushings.

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Bushing shape dictates the insert, so you would want something designed to work with the M3 rear bushings.

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would you recommend this for street?
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would you recommend this for street?
Personally, I'm a fan of inserts on streetcars, they are a great medium between full upgraded bushings and stock stuff.
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does 034Motorsport make metal inserts for M3 subframe bushings?
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