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Old 08-01-2010, 12:48 PM   #18
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I have got a ton of BMR stuff, not yet all installed though. Sub frames, tunnel brace, drivshaft loop,trailing arms and toe links with Nitto's 12.35 @ 113. Spring, sways and assorted bushing left to go on yet.
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Old 08-01-2010, 12:57 PM   #19
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Does anyone have any information or opinion of these BMR sways and lowering springs? Anyone out there have any of these BMR products on there 5th gens yet?
Our first ever BMR order will be shipping out to a Camaro5 member in Louisiana tomorrow; lowering springs, sway bars, and sub frame connectors. BMR has been around for years, they are not a Johnny come lately manufacturer to the suspension world.
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Our first ever BMR order will be shipping out to a Camaro5 member in Louisiana tomorrow; lowering springs, sway bars, and sub frame connectors. BMR has been around for years, they are not a Johnny come lately manufacturer to the suspension world.
Between the Nitto's NT05's and the BMR stuff Pumpkin went almost 5 tenth's faster instantly.Add the ARH system for another 3 tenths for 12.35 @ 113 mph (no tune). THX to Joe and crew.
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[/QUOTE]JProberts;2167825]Does anyone have any information or opinion of these BMR sways and lowering springs? Anyone out there have any of these BMR products on there 5th gens yet? [/QUOTE]

[WE_Coyote;2124520]I just installed the rear BMR sway bar. I was not expecting a lot of improvement over the factory bar but was pleasantly surprised! I'm constantly reminded of the improvement every time I take a corner. I got the black hammertone finish and was very impressed with the quality of the piece. It was also easy to install, I just removed one wheel and sild the factory bar out sideways and slid the BMR bar in the same way. No need to drop the exhaust.

Saving my pennies to get the front bar...


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[jrhaus76;2125015]I had the rear bar installed for about 2 weeks prior to the front... got the rear before the fronts were fabricated and counldn't wait to install it! Adding the front is AWESOME! I have been running both for about 2 months now... WOW! Brett is right, its nice to be able to go to the middle holes! I have not had the guts to try the stiff holes! It is like its on rails as it is. I suggest springs too!

[Drew10;1940277]I just installed BMR sways on my car and they are worth well more than what they are selling for. Along with the lowering springs they have made an very noticable difference in the handling of my car. I also like how both the front and the back are 3 way adjustable depending on how you plan to drive your car. You nailed it BMR!

[mlee;2111855]I have the front and rear sway bars on now... They are awesome...
Next is trailing arms, strut tower brace and probably tie rod ends.

We have sold over 100 sets already, all with very positive feedback. This is the Fifth generation of this platform that we manufacture swaybars for and was by far the most challenging bars yet. A lot of effort went into the design and the result is a swaybar that will wake up your Fifth gen and make it "feel" like it is 1000 lbs. lighter in the corners!
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Old 08-02-2010, 07:15 PM   #22
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BMR Guy - are those 1" lowering springs ready yet?
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We are pushing our spring manufacturer to get them done for us so I hope to have them in the next couple weeks.
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Between the Nitto's NT05's and the BMR stuff Pumpkin went almost 5 tenth's faster instantly.Add the ARH system for another 3 tenths for 12.35 @ 113 mph (no tune). THX to Joe and crew.
Thats a hell of a differance!!
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