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BMR guy 09-23-2013 10:38 AM

BMR Releases New Product - Delrin Upper Control Arm Bushings for Camaro/G8 (BK039)
 
BMR Suspension
Delrin Upper Control Arm Bushings


Stabilize the rear spindles and reduce wheelhop in your 2010+ Camaro and '08-'09 Pontiac G8 with a set of Delrin Upper Control Arm Bushings from BMR Suspension. Manufactured from Delrin, these bushings eliminate unwanted deflection without significantly increasing noise, vibration, or harmonics. The BMR Delrin Upper Control Arm Bushings (BK039) replaces the entire bushing saddle making the installation even simpler than polyurethane bushing replacements. This product is a must for customers who track their Camaro/G8 regularly and highly recommended for any high performance street car. Installation time is 2-3 hours.


To preview all of BMR’s high-performance suspension parts, please visit www.bmrsuspension.com, email sales@bmrsuspension.com, or contact them at BMR Suspension, 928 Sligh Avenue, Seffner, FL 33584, 813-986-9302, Fax: 813-986-8055.


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BMR Sales 09-30-2013 10:01 AM

We appreciate all the orders on these guys! We just finished up another good sized batch of these so we have them on the shelf and ready to ship. :D

blazzin1 09-30-2013 10:34 AM

Uggggh, Kyle, you just HAD to release these.....right after I just installed and spent twice as much on the Fark's Bushings!!!! Hmmmm, well, maybe I might have a real good reason to switch them out in the near future....hint, hint!!!! I hope so!!! :thumb:

BMR Sales 09-30-2013 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by blazzin1 (Post 7050701)
Uggggh, Kyle, you just HAD to release these.....right after I just installed and spent twice as much on the Fark's Bushings!!!! Hmmmm, well, maybe I might have a real good reason to switch them out in the near future....hint, hint!!!! I hope so!!! :thumb:

I wish we would have released them a long time ago when we actually finished them up but we have just been so busy here that it took a while to get all the testing done and everything else needed to be able to release a new product.

Hopefully we can get a set of these on your care sooner than later! ;)

Synner 09-30-2013 11:08 AM

Any further progress on the tubular k-member or rear cradle?

BMR Sales 10-02-2013 09:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Synner (Post 7050817)
Any further progress on the tubular k-member or rear cradle?

I am going to get with my design and engineering guys and see where we stand with this project and as soon as I get some information I will relay it back to you guys.

gelboy1015 10-03-2013 01:52 PM

So instead of replacing the stock bushings with the BK017 bushings and using the stock bracket, these will just replace the whole thing?

Might just have to sell my BNIB bushings lol.

BMR Sales 10-03-2013 02:13 PM

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Originally Posted by gelboy1015 (Post 7060150)
So instead of replacing the stock bushings with the BK017 bushings and using the stock bracket, these will just replace the whole thing?

Might just have to sell my BNIB bushings lol.

You got it!

Plus this setup really limits the upper control arm movement much better than even the poly-urethane bushings do so you will see an improvement in handling and straight line performance. If you are interested in picking up a set of these let me know and I will make sure we get you taken care of.

blazzin1 10-03-2013 02:14 PM

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Originally Posted by gelboy1015 (Post 7060150)
So instead of replacing the stock bushings with the BK017 bushings and using the stock bracket, these will just replace the whole thing?

Might just have to sell my BNIB bushings lol.

Yep, that's how it works! I would highly suggest going this route, as getting the OEM bushing out of the stock brackets can be a royal pain in the @$$!!!! Also, just FYI.....this can be done without removing or even lowering the rear subframe. It's a little tight, but it can be done, I did it. Just don't count on getting a torque wrench up in there!!! I used some blue Loctite and good ol' "German Torque" (a.k.a. good-n-tight).

BMR Sales 10-03-2013 02:28 PM

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Originally Posted by blazzin1 (Post 7060264)
Yep, that's how it works! I would highly suggest going this route, as getting the OEM bushing out of the stock brackets can be a royal pain in the @$$!!!! Also, just FYI.....this can be done without removing or even lowering the rear subframe. It's a little tight, but it can be done, I did it. Just don't count on getting a torque wrench up in there!!! I used some blue Loctite and good ol' "German Torque" (a.k.a. good-n-tight).

It definitely can be a little tight getting to everything so normally I lower the cradle down a little bit with out completely removing the rear cradle bolts which gives you a little extra room to work.

toNspahreP 10-03-2013 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by BMR Sales (Post 7056145)
I am going to get with my design and engineering guys and see where we stand with this project and as soon as I get some information I will relay it back to you guys.

*10000. I'll be first in line for both

gelboy1015 10-03-2013 10:34 PM

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Originally Posted by BMR Sales (Post 7060255)
You got it!

Plus this setup really limits the upper control arm movement much better than even the poly-urethane bushings do so you will see an improvement in handling and straight line performance. If you are interested in picking up a set of these let me know and I will make sure we get you taken care of.

Quote:

Originally Posted by blazzin1 (Post 7060264)
Yep, that's how it works! I would highly suggest going this route, as getting the OEM bushing out of the stock brackets can be a royal pain in the @$$!!!! Also, just FYI.....this can be done without removing or even lowering the rear subframe. It's a little tight, but it can be done, I did it. Just don't count on getting a torque wrench up in there!!! I used some blue Loctite and good ol' "German Torque" (a.k.a. good-n-tight).

Awesome! Yea that would save a lot of time haha.

BMR Sales 10-04-2013 08:09 AM

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Originally Posted by toNspahreP (Post 7061808)
*10000. I'll be first in line for both

Let me see what I kind find out for you, we are having a meeting today so I will have the chance to ask how this project is going.

BMR Sales 10-10-2013 02:22 PM

If you guys have any question on these or if we can help you place an order let us know. :D


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