NL2018-20 Citroen C1, Peugeot 107 & Toyota Aygo

18 May 2018

NL2018-20 Citroen C1, Peugeot 107 & Toyota Aygo

New Products

Thanks to relatively small budgets, the equally small Citroen C1 is currently whipping up a ’3-cylinder’ storm around many European racing circuits.

Coupled with the popularity of this French/Asian fused City Car on our roads, hard-driving has seen demand for suspension bushes increase and this week we are introducing a range of bushes to fit the following B-Zero platform vehicles:

Citroen C1 (2005 – 2014)

Peugeot 107 (2005 – 2014)

Toyota Aygo (2005 – 2014)

PFF12-701 Front Wishbone Front Bush

PFF12-702 Front Wishbone Rear Bush is a 3-pc design allowing for increased articulation, held securely between two CNC machined stainless steel sleeves.

PFF12-703-22 Front Anti Roll Bar Bush 22mm

PFF12-720 Lower Engine Mount Bush

PFF12-721 Lower Engine Mount Bush Insert to be used with the OE mount

PFR12-710 Rear Beam Bush

These parts are also available in our Black Series range for those looking for a Track / Competition option.

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A range of bushes engineered for the road to compliment your classic car.

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​A new arrival at Powerflex HQ!

17th January 2019

​A new arrival at Powerflex HQ!

New Products

We’re pleased to take delivery of our brilliant new Hyundai-Wia L230LMSA CNC machine

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NL2019-03 Audi A2

17th January 2019

NL2019-03 Audi A2

New Products

This week we are adding a new part specifically for Audi’s Supermini, the A2.

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