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Old 02-09-2014, 10:31 AM   #1
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BMR adjustable UCA

Has anyone installed the uca mount and adjustable uca from BMR? I'm in middle of installing and there's two holes for uca to bolt to the mount. Can't find any videos about it or explanation for which hole to use. Found one forum post that said use top hole for street driving and bottom for drag racing.... Any thoughts? Gonna call BMR on Monday just checkin see if anyone did this yet.
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The hole you use depends of you're lowered or not. I'll let others chime I on which is which because I forgot and don't want to give you bad info.
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Old 02-09-2014, 05:26 PM   #3
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I only have it lowered 1.5 in. Also have lower ucas with relo brackets
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The one i used on my 2010 GT didn't have but one hole..
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I'm gonna install my UCA soon, I'm lowered 1.5 rear and have LCAs with relo brackets. Would I use top or bottom hole for UCA?
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Use the bottom one to get more grip from your tires.
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Smile Use Upper Hole

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I'm gonna install my UCA soon, I'm lowered 1.5 rear and have LCAs with relo brackets. Would I use top or bottom hole for UCA?
I asked Kelly Aiken with BMR the same question. Here was the response I wrote down. Upper Hole for Me(I have BMR LCA's and Reloc Brackets and not lowered yet). Lower Hole for 1/500 people such as road racers. Changes the instant center. Not recommended to use other hole with LCA relocation brackets for Sure!

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Use the bottom one to get more grip from your tires.
You could be right, but I think the OP better double check with BMR for sure to confirm what I said based on what they told me on 4/12/13.
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If you are lowered it would be the top hole. Click image for larger version

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Cool thanks!!
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I just installed mine. Top hole of uca bracket and middle hole of lca relo bracket worked perfect for me. Btw mine is lowered 1.5 inches with SR springs
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I just installed mine. Top hole of uca bracket and middle hole of lca relo bracket worked perfect for me. Btw mine is lowered 1.5 inches with SR springs
Yes that would be exactly as Kelly Aikens with BMR would recommend.
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Well crap, it looks like I have to go back and change mine
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