Apr 14, BMW Z3 Joined Jun 29. 5, Posts. #8 Apr 13, (Edited) Blacklane said: The consensus is that if they are original, they need to be replaced. That's because BMW installed fairly soft rubber there, which causes the subframe that holds the differential to move too shrublop.buzzted Reading Time: 8 mins. Powerflex Z3 Subframe Bushing, BMW Z3, Subframe Bushings are also known as Rear Beam Bushings. Ordering one set of PFR contains the correct number of Subframe Bushings for one car.
Powerflex Bushings Are Now Available In Two Hardness To Suit Your Exact Requirements. Z3 M Coupe Rear Subframe Reinforcement: Part 1. It is well known that the Z3 chassis, especially the M Coupe and Roadsters, suffer from rear trunk floor issues. While BMW produced arguably their best vehicles in the 90s and early 00s, many of the models suffered from rear subframe and trunk floor issues. Namely the E36, E46, and of course, the Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
you can get poly rear subframe bushings but i have heard that they really are not any better since the subframe has so little movement anyways iflytiiPM. Oct 07, This way I kept my original as is if I need it later. Revshift 12mm raised subframe bushings and Strongflex red diff and swing arm bushings.
I welded adjuster plates into the subframe so I could make all the final adjustments. I managed to correct the camber from between to. Oct 27, Z3 Subframe & differential mount failure I want to make everyone on this board aware that there may be a very large issue with your shrublop.buzz is with mine.
A recap; it seems that an indeterminate but growing number of BMW Z3 coupes & roadsters have a failure of the welds & metal that is used to support the rear differential.