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spadz93 05-04-2016 01:08 AM

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Looking to either lessen or eliminate the rear wheel hop, along with stiffen up my drivetrain with some new mounts. How's my cart looking? Unless I'm missing something, the only thing i'm debating is switching to an adjustable toe rod instead. All rear end parts are BMR and the motor mounts are Prothane

ticowarbird 05-04-2016 05:45 AM

Shoot an email to T.C. at bmrsales on here. He helped me with my setup below and I haven't heard one complaint (I'm away from the car until June).

Koni yellow shocks/struts and
BMR Suspension parts:
SP019 Lowering Springs Kit (Set of 4 1 Inch Drop)
SB030 Sway Bar Kit F & R
BK031 Total Bushing Kit Pro Version
SFC015 Subframe Connectors
DTB004 Drive Shaft Tunnel Brace
TR003 Toe Rods Adj
TCA026 Trailing Arm
TCA028 Lower Control Arms Non-Adj
STB014 Strut Tower Bar
ELK005 Front End Link Kit
FC002 Camber Bolts

BMR Sales 05-04-2016 12:03 PM

Get the BK024 Full Cradle Bushings - Pro Version!

spadz93 05-06-2016 03:04 PM

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Originally Posted by BMR Sales (Post 9070997)
Get the BK024 Full Cradle Bushings - Pro Version!

got it. i'm assuming those would replace the rear cradle bushings I have here?

camaro2ss/rs 05-06-2016 07:02 PM

NICE LIST... BUT IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR GET RID OF JUST THE rear wheel hop, that list is over kill.....

JCunningham 05-07-2016 01:31 AM

get full cradle bushings. the Delrin are the best. you can do aluminum too. There will be no noise adding solid cradle bushings. cradle bushing make a big difference.

spadz93 05-07-2016 01:42 AM

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Originally Posted by camaro2ss/rs (Post 9077389)
NICE LIST... BUT IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR GET RID OF JUST THE rear wheel hop, that list is over kill.....

What would you eliminate then? I'm just following the thread found in the suspension section on eliminating wheel hop, wasn't sure if it was a "pick one" or "go for all three" so I figured the extra upgrades can't hurt.

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Originally Posted by JCunningham (Post 9077849)
get full cradle bushings. the Delrin are the best. you can do aluminum too. There will be no noise adding solid cradle bushings. cradle bushing make a big difference.

Duly noted, I'll check them out.

JCunningham 05-07-2016 01:46 AM

the motor mounts wont affect wheel hop but you will need all the rest.

spadz93 05-07-2016 02:06 AM

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Originally Posted by JCunningham (Post 9077857)
the motor mounts wont affect wheel hop but you will need all the rest.

Motor mounts are because mine are shot

Apex Motorsports 05-07-2016 03:57 PM

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Originally Posted by BMR Sales (Post 9070997)
Get the BK024 Full Cradle Bushings - Pro Version!

For sure. Stay away from inserts.

spadz93 05-07-2016 07:34 PM

I notice the bk024 is cheaper than the kit I have in here. Less parts? Not complaining about a smaller bill, just want to make sure I'm not missing out on anything

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BMR Sales 05-09-2016 11:29 AM

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Originally Posted by spadz93 (Post 9078979)
I notice the bk024 is cheaper than the kit I have in here. Less parts? Not complaining about a smaller bill, just want to make sure I'm not missing out on anything

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That's because the Bushing Kit you originally selected also had Diff Bushings. I only suggest Diff Bushings if you are leaning towards a Track car only - the Diff Bushings will transmit a lot of Noise & Vibration.

The Cradle Bushings, you can go as hard as you want

spadz93 05-10-2016 06:33 AM

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Originally Posted by BMR Sales (Post 9081436)
That's because the Bushing Kit you originally selected also had Diff Bushings. I only suggest Diff Bushings if you are leaning towards a Track car only - the Diff Bushings will transmit a lot of Noise & Vibration.

The Cradle Bushings, you can go as hard as you want

Perfect, I can put that money towards a ported TB or udp lol, thanks!

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