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Old 03-10-2016, 08:22 PM   #1
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BMR relocation bracket settings help.

For a 2012 GT manual with drag radials(I know by ply are better for manual) what is a good setting for the bracket? Car is lower by about 1inch to 1 1/2 inches. Should I go with bottom holes or middle?



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For a 2012 GT manual with drag radials(I know by ply are better for manual) what is a good setting for the bracket? Car is lower by about 1inch to 1 1/2 inches. Should I go with bottom holes or middle?

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For some reason I can't open up what you just posted diehard. Anyway I have mine set on the upper hole. So far I'm happy with the results. I will eventually try the middle. I believe that if u go with the lowest hole your gonna compromise handling a lil more . I don't know if there is really a right or wrong I think it has to do more with what each individual's setup and goals are.


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Start with the middle hole and then check the angle of your lower control arms.
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^ would one want it to be horizontal as possible?


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^ would one want it to be horizontal as possible?


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I've posted this before. But it shows you the typical OEM is horizontal and how lowering effects it without relocation brackets. Plus.
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For drag racing, set it so that the arm is going up to the front an inch or more.
(makes anti sqat)

For road racing set it more level but up at lease a half inch.
(reduces roll steer)

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