Good deal, I'm going to go ahead and do all of that when I install my new Brembo's. I want the car to feel tighter in corners now that I have all the new power.Pony Man is spot on. The subframe bushings are definitely worth the effort. The stock bushings allow for a lot of play.
I've done this on several makes and models for customers for a few years. No complaints. Makes a noticeable difference, but not so stiff as to transmit sound or vibration.Filling the voids in the differential bushings sounds like a good alternative to ploy bushings.
I would like to hear from you after you have done this mod.
I would vehemently disagree. Powdercoat is incrementally Stronger than any Paint you can spray on.Heads up on the BMR parts. While advertised as coated, the material is not robust. I have various rust spots from chips. No different than rattle can paint.