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Old 11-18-2014, 02:25 PM   #1
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SR rear control arms Adjustable & Non-Adjustable

So I need more traction to the rear of my Mustang. I've been doing some research and I have zero experience. Eventually I will change my suspension to an after market one. My question is, if I get the SR. Non-Adjustable rear control arm, will I need to upgrade again if I change suspension?
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Would be nice to know your year. Also, SR control arms are garbage.
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Would be nice to know your year. Also, SR control arms are garbage.

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Why do you say they're garbage


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Because they are cheaply built copies of better ones. Almost everyone with a 05+ car swears by BMR. Look into them. SR stuff has been known to snap/break and the bushings are going to be meh quality.
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BMR FTW
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SR is only really that good for the average joe who wants to have a "modded" car, with a little bit extra performance, but we all know they don't even push the car past 50%.

If you want high quality stuff that is built for performance, BMR is your company (or MM for 04 down)
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SR is only really that good for the average joe who wants to have a "modded" car, with a little bit extra performance, but we all know they don't even push the car past 50%.

If you want high quality stuff that is built for performance, BMR is your company (or MM for 04 down)

Ok thanks I'll check out some of there equipment!
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Actually, I have heard on multiple forums that the heim joint MM lower control arms for 05+ are GREAT and make 0 noise. I wish MM supported the S197 more, you'd think they would seeing as it is a much more capable handling platform and handling is their thing. Or they don't on purpose because they are pretty much the only game in town for the 04-down TA/PHB setup. At least affordable game in town anyway.
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BMR just came out with a lower cost LCA (check out their site). It uses the same bushing as the more expensive one and will eventually be taking its place. They are currently testing a new bushing that will then go into the larger boxed one. The BMR reps say the less expensive one can handle the same power, they just changed the weld process so they could compete with the cheap knock offs. Also, its slightly smaller in size. BMR and Steeda know their s*** when it comes to suspension.
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Yeah if I get a Coyote or GT500 its going to be all BMR most likely.

BMR UCA
BMR LCAs
BMR relocation brackets
BMR K and A arms
BMR Watt's Link (when it comes out if its not out already, if not Whiteline has a good one)

Or just buy a 2015 lol. Still having a hard time wrapping my head around the 2015 outhandling the Boss with the stock compliant rubber bushings and all.
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