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      11-19-2013, 08:20 PM   #1
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HP Autosport | NEW PRODUCT FROM ROGUE!!!


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This newly released product from Rogue Engineering is a replacement bearing to the bushing found within the 1M/M3 front tension arm. The stock bushing within the tension arm is meant to deflect vibration, which allows for a more detached (and some call comfortable) feeling when manipulating the steering wheel and putting load on the front suspension. This monoball bearing was designed to allow for 0 deflection within the joint, which in turn, allows for a more connected, precise, and accurate feeling when the suspension is under load around high speed corners.

This is different than the Aluminum casing, polyurethane bushing offered by rogue. The monoball design allows for almost no deflection, whereas the polyurethane bushing allows a very small amount. As stated below this is primarily for racecar applications, but can be tolerated on the street. Because this product is relatively new to the market, no reviews are available at this time. They will be installed on our shop car (turb0mike's 335) and a review will follow shortly!

**This monoball bearing is for TRACK applications only**

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Rogue Engineering E82/E9X Front Tension Arm Monoball Bearing

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Basically the same as the Dinan monoball, but significantly cheaper, right? Looks good!
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Basically the same as the Dinan monoball, but significantly cheaper, right? Looks good!
Correct!

This is recommended for track use only.
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