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Old 09-20-2018, 07:43 PM   #1
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Difference between Whiteline Diff Outrigger Bushings and Diff Cradle kits?

Can anyone shed some light on the differences between the two kits? I'm looking for an engine and diff mount solution to go along with my transmission mount insert, but I can't quite tell the difference between these two since they claim basically the same net effect.

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http://www.ft86speedfactory.com/whit...t-kit-473.html
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One is mount, one is bushing. Bushing reduces the slop by a good amount (about 40% for me), and mount is I think a replacement? I imagine a lot stiffer with more NVH.

Could be wrong!
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One is mount, one is bushing. Bushing reduces the slop by a good amount (about 40% for me), and mount is I think a replacement? I imagine a lot stiffer with more NVH.

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So the outriggers are the bushings and the cradle is the mount?
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So the outriggers are the bushings and the cradle is the mount?
Yes I have the outrigger support and can confirm they're just bushings. The other one does indeed look like a mount replacement
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Yes I have the outrigger support and can confirm they're just bushings. The other one does indeed look like a mount replacement
Cool, thanks. I'll probably just do the bushings unless there is a compelling reason to do otherwise.
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Cool, thanks. I'll probably just do the bushings unless there is a compelling reason to do otherwise.
I found it wasn't really enough. Car is still jerky. Definitely feels like it takes itself more seriously though. Putting in the rear subframe bushings in a couple of weeks and I think that's what will make the most difference.
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I found it wasn't really enough. Car is still jerky. Definitely feels like it takes itself more seriously though. Putting in the rear subframe bushings in a couple of weeks and I think that's what will make the most difference.
That's my plan as well. Perrin engine mounts, whiteline transmission insert, diff inserts, and subframe bushings.

I thought about the Spoon rigid collars as well, but I'm not sure its worth the cash.
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That's my plan as well. Perrin engine mounts, whiteline transmission insert, diff inserts, and subframe bushings.

I thought about the Spoon rigid collars as well, but I'm not sure its worth the cash.
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Did you consider these instead of the rigid collars?
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Did you consider these instead of the rigid collars?
Yep, that's what I'm gonna do instead!
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Yep, that's what I'm gonna do instead!
Whoops, I'm in idiot lol. Didn't see you mentioned the subframe bushings earlier

The way you're doing it is the way I plan on doing mine as well. Wanna stiffen things up but still keep it streetable without too much NVH. This car doesn't have much sound deadening as it is.
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Whoops, I'm in idiot lol. Didn't see you mentioned the subframe bushings earlier

The way you're doing it is the way I plan on doing mine as well. Wanna stiffen things up but still keep it streetable without too much NVH. This car doesn't have much sound deadening as it is.
Exactly. Until I can trailer this thing in as a hardcore dedicated track toy, I need to keep it reasonable on the street.
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