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Old 06-10-2013, 11:02 AM   #1
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BMR Suspension Question

Anyone had any experience with BMR Suspension products? Positive or negative feedback greatly appreciated.
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I have their springs and front swaybar, front lower lightwieght a arms and relo brackets and they are awesome, soon to have more stuff.
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We push a little bit of BMR, there hasn't been any complaints. They also have some great customer service.
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BMR products are pretty high quality, some of the best you can buy for your mustang, but not to say the only good stuff you can buy either. From personal experience and feedback from others, UPR, BMR, white line, can't go wrong with any of those three.

What in particular are you looking for?
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Starting suspension upgrades and it caught my eye their black Hammer tone finish.
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Yea, their hammertone stuff looks good, I wouldn't hesitate to buy anything from them
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Thanks GB! Helpful as always.
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Talk to jayman if you need parts
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Yea jayman33, he's the 3rd one who posted on this thread
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i love the bmr front swaybar, i had a solid roush and it was very heavy, i weighed both and the bmr was like 20 lbs lighter and made a huge difference in body roll, with the bmr springs and swaybar and the front lower comtrol arms I have a cornering machine, the a arms are actually like 13 lbs lighter per side and a very noticeable improvement in cornering the minute you drive your car
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i love the bmr front swaybar, i had a solid roush and it was very heavy, i weighed both and the bmr was like 20 lbs lighter and made a huge difference in body roll, with the bmr springs and swaybar and the front lower comtrol arms I have a cornering machine, the a arms are actually like 13 lbs lighter per side and a very noticeable improvement in cornering the minute you drive your car
That's what I'm looking for!
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well im not going to lie, my car is set up like a race car, i like having a solid suspension, its noisy, and a lumber wagon, but when u dive down into a corner it sticks and has no body roll, i love it
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