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Racers with 10.50 and faster ETs need the dependable strength of BMR Suspension’s performance suspension components! BMR makes heavy duty CV axle shafts, control arms, panhard bars, shock tower braces, K-members, lowering spring kits, and more for many generations of American musclecars from the 1960s to today, with a focus on LSX-powered machines. All BMR suspension components are engineered to fit with precision, withstand the forces of extreme competition, and improve traction and handling for quicker ETs.
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BMR lowering springs will improve handling performance by lowering your ride's center of gravity for tighter suspe...
Prevent your rear axle from moving side to side with BMR's panhard bars. Factory bars use rubber bushings, allowing fo...
Your vehicle's "instant center" determines it's ability to transfer weight upon acceleration ...
Performance driving needs good stability to handle well. BMR Suspension helps end erratic handling and inconsistent st...
Does wheelhop plague your new GTO? This is a common side effect in independent rear suspensions caused by t...
BMR Suspension subframe connectors are some of the strongest in the industry. Their innovative design ties toge...
BMR transmission conversion crossmembers allow you to swap your choice of transmissions into y...
Are you looking for a torque arm that will stand up to your 10.50 or lower ET? Look no further. Constructed from...
Are you looking for increased cornering with decreased body roll? BMR Suspension sway bars are the answer. They're made f...
These BMR manual brake conversion kits eliminate problems that come with power-assisted brakes. These ...
Are your factory sway bar mounts not clearing your 15 in. drag wheel? Is cutting the brackets and eliminat...
By tying the shock mounts together, you strengthen the front subframe assembly and minimize tower deflection for...
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