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Old 04-26-2013, 01:20 AM   #1
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Another LCA"S thread.

Ok mustang guys, i ordered a set of LCA"S from bmr...has anyone ever tested these, what dose a lca REALY DO? dose it realy drasticly give better 60gt times like they say? from 2.1-1.9? on street tires? any feed back? iis it a wast of money? cshould i have did something else to my stang?
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They reduce wheel hop which helps 60ft times dramatically. I don't know if that means a sub 2.0 60ft on street tires, unless you got a damn good driver mod
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i am a good driver, but i pull a 2.1 60 foot now, and i have zero wheel hop, dose it reduce spin? i have done lots of mods and never put on LCA"S i have installed kenne bell chargers and never messed with LCA's Go figure lol
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The only that reduces spin is tires that hook or taking your foot off the right pedal. The LCA's are going to firm up your rear suspension and help with the weight transfer off the line in a sense that the bushings are firmer and won't allow as much play. My billet FRPP lower control arms helped me a ton with wheel hop and I think even cornering feels a little better but that could be in my head..
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i will soon test these bad boys and let you know, what they realy do, but i think it should help with some wheel spin or atleat help with getting off the line alittle harder
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The main difference between the stock lcas and the BMR is rigidity. The stock lcas are flimsy stamped steel that twist and bind and the stock bushings are soft rubber that allow for lots of movement that shouldn't be there. The higher durometer polyurethane bushings have much less flex and play and the boxed steel design of the lcas will prevent binding and unecessary movement. These two things combined greatly reduce the side to side and up and down play of the axle. There are plenty of other suspension mods that greatly compliment these lcas
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The main difference between the stock lcas and the BMR is rigidity. The stock lcas are flimsy stamped steel that twist and bind and the stock bushings are soft rubber that allow for lots of movement that shouldn't be there. The higher durometer polyurethane bushings have much less flex and play and the boxed steel design of the lcas will prevent binding and unecessary movement. These two things combined greatly reduce the side to side and up and down play of the axle. There are plenty of other suspension mods that greatly compliment these lcas
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Old 05-01-2013, 02:59 AM   #8
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Put my LCAs on, big difference , I would suggest this mod for all stangs, install was a breez, any question let me know.
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The upper units really add to the suspension as well ...

The lowers are just one piece to the puzzle that will over great benefits ... but the combination both are a vast improvement over OEM.

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Ya that something I am going to work on, I will get the upper soon .
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