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Old 01-14-2017, 04:17 PM   #1
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Question BMR 1.25" lowering springs ZL1

I have a 2013 M6 ZL1 coup. I've been reading older posts about re-indexing the bushings after installing lowering springs. It's advertised to reindex the bushings for the V8 models. Does the same apply for the ZL1? I just picked up BMR 1.25" springs. The current directions call for re-indexing the rear bushings only, but older threads by members on Camaro5 state that the front bushings should be done too. Did something change from then to now to where only the rears need to be done? I emailed BMR and they said that the fronts should't have to be done. I'm a newbie and just trying to make sure I install them right and I figured this forum would be a good place to get some good info. Lastly, does anyone know if the torque specs for the bushings are the same for the standard V8 models and ZL1 or does the ZL1 have different specs? Thinks for your help gents.
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Old 01-17-2017, 08:45 AM   #2
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I am running the BMR 1.25" lowering springs. I only re-indexed the rears per the instructions. I have not had and issues with them.
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