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Discussion in 'Driveline/Suspension' started by BMR Tech, Dec 31, 2013.

  1. WIST2013GT

    WIST2013GT Active Member Established Member

    Apr 11, 2016
    Madison, WI
    Wondering if I need LCA and the brackets for my setup. The car leaves soft right now (vortech and stock gear/converter) but spins when it shifts at the strip and spins a lot on the street when the boost comes in (4500).

    I'm running a 275/50/15 MT ET Street S/S, BMR UCA and mount with poly diff bushing and a whiteline rear sway bar. The car is lowered 1 inch as well.

    Just looking to get it to hook up on the street better. Any input is appreciated.
  2. BMR Tech 2

    BMR Tech 2 Authorized Vendor Authorized Vendor

    Sep 3, 2015
    Tampa, FL
    Although not required, you would greatly benefit, especially being lowered.

    A set of the TCA032 Lower control arms and our CAB005 set to the middle hole will correct the geometry of your arm's from lowering and help to better plant the tires.

    Shoot me a PM for a discount code :)
  3. nate714

    nate714 Member Established Member

    May 5, 2015
    A friend of mine wants to lower the front end of her 2011 Mustang v6 and leave the rear springs stock height for an exaggerated raked look. I noticed BMR has 3 pairs of front springs, which of these would pair best on a daily driven car with stock rear height? What handling/safety concerns should be noted when lowering only the front, and what supporting mods if any would you recommend for such a setup?
  4. truckstuff55

    truckstuff55 Member Established Member

    May 13, 2015
    United States
    I have 13 Track Pack looking for a shock recommendation. Only been to the track one time in the cold with the latest setup. Looking to double check my adjustments and get a shock recommendation. Car is mainly a weekend car on 20's with no traction but run a set of MT et street s/s 295/45r17 when i drive to the track.

    Stock motor GT M6 with a vortech making 626/550
    Mcloud RST
    One piece Dynotech Shaft
    Full BMR rear suspension
    TCA021 set to middle hole on lower brackets
    UTCA019 and mount set it upper hole
    Eibach Pro springs

    Was looking into a set of Strange single adjustables for a decent shock to run when I drag the car.

    Thanks, Mike
    Last edited: May 13, 2018
  5. Sleipnir 5O

    Sleipnir 5O Member Established Member

    Nov 2, 2015
    Edmond, OK
    Hoping I don't get flamed for posting here but I traded in my 2013 Mustang GT for a 2019 GT. It has more wheel gap in the front than rear and I hate that. Thinking about doing the following BMR upgrades.

    089 front springs
    082 rear springs.

    I am looking for a stock ride quality and no added nvh with this car while improving traction and getting rid of some wheel gap. Also need to make sure the front wheel gap doesnt exceed the rear. What other parts do I need like new bump stops? Do I need new shocks/struts? Handling isn't a concern. Comfortable ride and good strait line traction are. Car is a daily right now and will see the dragstrip maybe 6 times a year at most for just some fun test n tune.
  6. Beercules

    Beercules Active Member Established Member

    Oct 21, 2013
    In case nobody has answered, I'm having the same issue. I switched back to stock and now have the same issue, but I think the camber is sloppy somehow. I think I've narrowed it down to the bearing in the strut mount. I'm going to order some new stock strut mounts for the bearing and see if that fixes it.


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