Driving Feedback, trailing arms & toe rods: in 20 - 50mph twisty roads the rear is much more planted, less sideways shifting in the rear, I feel more of the vertical suspension travel when I accelerate out of the turns I feel more of the squatting of the rear...I have 64k miles on the stock trailing arms and toe rods so assuming I'm feeling a lot of the new bushing benefit. On high speed 60 - 80mph long steady carving turns when I turn-in the rear now feels much more confident in the way it carves with the front of the car....whereas before it felt like the rear was ever so slightly disconnected and I had to do slight steering inputs to keep the rear on-line. In an 80mph turn with a bump in the middle the rear just goes vertically up and down versus it used to go slightly diagonal so I'd have to catch a little with steering input. I went out after heavy rains so didn't want to push the cornering g's too much...I look forward to getting out in the dry to push the limits & feel if recovering from a slide will be easier.
Overall this is a great improvement!! Much more confidence inspiring to push toward the limit and much more solid feel in the rear. Only thing is now with more clearance at the backside of rear wheels...I'm tempted to order wider rims/tires!!
I already have 9.5" ccw sp600's with hankook rs-3 275's I want to stuff wider tires up front.