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Some of my friends have debated on whether or not Energy Suspension should be used as a replacement bushing for the rear-trailing arms over OEM. They stated that the rear-trailing arm actually bends (wrong terminology sorry) and that using E.S. would prevent that and therefore give you a loss in steering.

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The trailer arms give a little way, so you have a sort of passive rearwheel steering for a little bit.. ES limits that a bit, but it will still be there.. gives you much more feedback though.. i'm doing my car all over again.. crashed the last one with it..
 

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the bad news, the ES or Prothane trailing arm bushings cause the suspension to bind.

The best option is the harder rubber Mugen bushing from King Motorsports.
 
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