• 7.1118 Rear Differential Bushing Set
  • 7.1118 Rear Differential Bushing Set
  • 7.1118 Rear Differential Bushing Set
  • 7.1118 Rear Differential Bushing Set

Rear Differential Bushing Set

Part Number: 7.1118
Manufacturer: Energy Suspension
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Polyurethane Rear Differential Bushings
Energy's Differential Bushings help prevent the suspension system from shifting unwontedly left to right during both normal or rugged or performance driving

Rear Differential Bushings - Nissan 240SX - 7.1118

Polyurethane Rear Differential Bushings
  • Polyurethane components with high strength engineered in by design.
  • Made of Energys HYPERFLEX performance polyurethane to add both performance and durability.
  • Help prevent the front suspension system from shifting unwontedly
  • One Set Will Cover the Left and Right Side
  • Must Reuse All Metal Parts

  • 2 - 4906 Rear Differential Bushings
  • 2 - 2401 Front Differential Bushings
  • 2 - Center Metal Sleeves for 2401
  • 2 - Thrust Washers for 2401
  • 1 - Formula 5 Prelube Tub
  • 1 - Installation Instructions # 17295

Alternate Part Numbers for 7.1118
  • ENE-7.1118G
  • ENE-7.1118R
  • ENS-7-1118G
  • ENS-7-1118R
  • 71118G
  • 71118R

Energy Suspension 7.1118

Product Reviews for Rear Differential Bushings 7.1118

Energy Suspension 7.1118

5 out of 5 based on 13 user reviews. Write a Review

Vehicle still handling great.
5 out of 5 - Review 1 Year Later
Daniel R Nevarez Jr - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
Energy Suspension bushings are very nice solid quality parts!
5 out of 5 - Review 1 Year Later
Michaël Huyssens - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
These bushings was easy to install and fits perfect\nMy 240sx feels great with these new bushings.\nI will advise everyone to upgrade to these new \nBushings it makes a big difference,\n\nThanks\nChun.
5 out of 5 - Great bushing
Chun Ramcharan - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
Awesome upgrade and it was easy to install as well.
5 out of 5 - Amazing!
Adrian Perez - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
I have an s13 with a j30 rearend, even though this is a s14 item it fit my j30 bushings that were shot. Has a tight fit with no slop, an amazing buy.
5 out of 5 - Amazing
Alec M - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
Just fitted these along with some solid subframe mounts to my s14, what a difference these made! I've fitted other bushing brands in the past and these were by far the best fit. You have to drop the subframe so it would be wise to buy the subframe bushes too. Burn out the old bushes and remove the metal collars in the rear mounts by using a Hacksaw and then hammer them out using a metal chisel and lump hammer. You will also have to reuse the small metal washers from the original bush on the front mounts. Other than this it just a bit of force from a friend and myself and all the mounts popped in nicely with a bit of grease provided. All the holes lined up perfectly so I don't know why others had a problem lining them up?? Maybe they forgot to remove the collars from the old bushes. Another tip is make sure you have a friend to help you get the diff in and out as they're heavy!! I'm going to get the other rear arm mounts now as these fit so good!
5 out of 5 - Awesome piece of kit!
C-dude - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
The fit is great, don't forget to cut the metal casings out the subframe before you try and fit these. They pop in fairly easy by hand (the big ones) and the small ones go in no problem, just make sure you get the the right way around as in the instructions it doesn't say, also you have to re-use the bottom base of the old ones so make sure you keep it.
5 out of 5 - Excellent
James Whitehouse - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
I give this a 4 for a couple of reasons. The first is that you have to re-use the top washers for the front bushings and the cups from the rear bushings. A little heat applied to the metal of the old bushings and the rubber comes right off, but its still a bit of a pain. Also, It made it harder to install the differential because I found that the cup in the rear bushing kept wanting to slide out of place. Maybe I used too much lubricant? Outside of the MINOR installation bumps, they work fantastic. There is more noise transmitted to the cabin, but since I did the sub-frame bushings at the same time, I cant say for sure which bushings cause the change.
4 out of 5 - Worth the time and money
Ryan Boatwright - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
Ive been using this for a few months on my s14 diff in my s13. They have a great feel and fit perfectly. Easy install using the supplied lube. Highly recommended.
5 out of 5 - Very good fitment. Top notch quality
Matt Jenkins - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
I bought these to replace my stock, 15 year old, rubber bushings. My S14 is mainly a street car with occasional road course duty. I knew I didn't want metal bushings because of how harsh they would have been. These are a great middle ground. I drive spirited often. My rear used to be very unstable over bumps, very unpredictable. It felt like I was going to lose control of the rear any time I hit a substantial bump, like it had a mind of its own. Any time I would take a hard corner, the rear would feel like it was still trying to turn after I had straightened the car out. I installed these bushings and Energy Suspension urethane differential bushings at the same time. My car has literally never felt better. My rear end is very planted and predictable over bumps now. No longer does it feel uncontrollable in certain situations. The only downside to some people might be the noise. My S14 isn't my daily so its not a huge deal to me, it was expected. The noise is actually really nice when I'm driving for performance reasons. Every shift comes with a very distinct clunk of the differential. I can hear what the differential is doing and thoroughly enjoy the feedback from my car.
5 out of 5 - Fantastic
Phil - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
Fantastic product, no issues with installation and the instructions were precise and clear. They have been on the car for a few months now and have been put through some demanding use including a week at the Nurburgring. No issues to report and they look as good as they did when they arrived.
5 out of 5 - Top marks
Nicholas Rees - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
Longitudinal bushings that attach at the rear cover are slightly thicker than the originals which causes the diff to shift slightly forward. It was very difficult to line up the vertical bolts at the forward end.
2 out of 5 - Difficult to line up
Loyd Pryor - . Energy Suspension 7.1118
Added these when the car started making a huge clunking sound on take off and stops. The oem diff bushings were worn out. I installed these and not only got a smooth ride back, I also got better acceleration than stock. The difference was so big I am going to do the entire car in the near future. Note: If you are going to do these go ahead and get the sub frame mounts too. You have to take the sub frame off any way.
5 out of 5 - WOW Difference
Matt Davis - . Energy Suspension 7.1118