SEMA 2011: Energy Suspension Solves Problems With New Applications
It must be a mixed blessing to work in the engineering and new products department at Energy Suspension – as long as there are new cars and trucks coming out, there will always be a need for your services. On the other hand, you always have the opportunity to solve people’s problems, which has to be somewhat gratifying.
On the problem-solving end of the spectrum are their new line of universal sway bar end links. Most modern vehicles have “right angle” mounted end links, as opposed to the old-style inline designs, and to accommodate the widest possible range of applications, they’ve got four different part numbers that cover a range from 3.75 inches to 7.75 inches center to center, adjustable in one inch increments.
An answer to a more specific problem is their new short GM transmission mount, which has all the features of their popular standard height model, including their patented interlocking design, in a package that is shorter overall to work with custom installations.
Finally, there’s new rack and pinion, sway bar, differential mount, and sub frame bushings to round out Energy’s Chrysler LX offerings – now you can replace the OEM rubber bushings from nose to tail with a complete set of polyurethane pieces.