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PowerflexUSA Launches New Website

New stiffer, more track-focused bushings now available

Alex Bernstein
Apr 25, 2013

PowerflexUSA is pleased to announce the launch of its new website The new site offers installation instructions, downloadable product files including diagrams, detailed product images, and more. The new design features a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing customers to access detailed product information with the option to share across all major social networking sites.

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Closely following the launch of their new website, PowerflexUSA will be adding the complete Powerflex Black Series range recently released in Europe. As a performance-focused business, PowerflexUSA has unofficially been providing track appropriate versions of Powerflex bushings to dealers and race customers previously. They are very excited to be able to formally add this extensive range of track-focused bushings.

The Powerflex Black Series bushings are specifically tailored to race and track customers, designed for extreme chassis performance. The Black Series range is manufactured using a 95A compound to provide maximum control of chassis geometry. This compound is designed to be up to 80% more resistant to load than standard rubber and 25% stiffer than the street appropriate Powerflex purple material.

Powerflex continues to employ engineered design, development, and in-house testing to turn out superior quality bushings; all of which carry a Lifetime Warranty. They offer innovative designs including monoballs and on-car adjustment features. With a separate range for street cars and track cars the Powerflex lineup is even more impressive than ever.

By Alex Bernstein
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