Upgrading Sway Bar Bushings on Maserati GranSport

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I guess not every post is going to be long but I did want to do this for the sway bar bushings I’ve been running in the Maserati GranSport.  There really isn’t any aftermarket alternatives so I was working on these. To date I’ve been running them without any issues but I’ve really not been able to put as much R&D into them as I should because I’m working on rebuilding F1 actuators. However let my show you how they do look in the car so these photos are available for people.

Here’s the rear set up. You have to drop the sub chassis a bit to get into this really tight space so I did this when I replaced the clutch in the car.  I didn’t really bother with snapping photos of the front because it’s really easy to get to, and change them out. The front sway bar bushing comparison however is above at the beginning of this thread with a side by side of how small and how worn out they were at 28,000 miles, with the new ones. 20160404_11542020160404_115357 20160404_115418


2 thoughts on “Upgrading Sway Bar Bushings on Maserati GranSport”

  1. This post is really helpful!

    Would you be so kind as to share where I can purchase the bushings and what size to get for the front and rear?

    Thank you in advance!

    Best regards,


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