BMR Suspension is proud to release the latest installment in its video series dedicated to its 2002 Camaro project car. This video features the upgrades made to the braking system,. This is designed for street and track use. For more information, visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension is proud to release its product video for the Coilover Conversion kit for the 1978-1987 GM G-Body - CCK007. This kit allows you to easily add coilover shocks and springs to the rear of your G-body without the hassle of complicated fabrication. The kit is 100% bolt-on, and easily be installed in a few hours. For more information, give us a call or visit bmrsuspension.com
BMR Suspension is proud to release its newest Product Video for the on-car adjustable polyurethane and rod end upper control arms for 1964-1972 GM A-Body - Part Numbers UTCA043, UTCA044, UTCE046, and UTCA047. These arms mount in the stock location and give you all the adjustability to dial in the rear suspension geometry. These are also designed to stand up to the high compression loads of hard launch, while giving you all the articulation for great handling. For more
BMR Suspension is proud to release its product video covering the company's like of tubular A-arms for the 1979-2004 Mustang. BMR offers many different option, including stock spring perches, polyurethane bushings, rod ends, and tall ball joints. These can be used for basic street cars and all out race cars. For more information on these or any other suspension components from BMR Suspension, give us a call or visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension is proud to show you its Coilover Conversion Kit for the 1979-2004 Mustang - CCK009. This 100% bolt-in kit allows you to add the shock and ride height adjustability coilover provide to the rear of your Fox Body, SN95, or New Edge Mustang. For more information, give us a call or visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension often receives questions about properly setting the pinion angle on the third and fourth gen GM F-Bodies. In this video, we will show you the proper and simple way to set driveline angle to minimize noise and vibration. For more information, give us a call or visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension has dove deep into a 2002 Camaro designed for a blend of street and track use. In part 4 of the build series, we address the stock wheels and tires, upgrading the rolling stock with larger wheels and stickier tires. For more information, give us a call or visit bmrsuspension.com.
The torque boxes are known as a weak part of the Fox Mustang chassis. BMR Suspension has addressed these issues and now offers multiple kits to prevent damage to the torque boxes. The TBR001 and TBR004 fit all Mustangs from 1979-2204 and reinforce the upper and lower control arm mounts. For more information, visit bmrsuspension.com or call 813-986-9302.
BMR Suspension's 2016 Camaro SS has evolved into a daily driveable muscle car with serious open track abilities. In this installment of the build series, we cover the chassis stiffening options from BMR and show you what we use on our Camaro to to get the most out of each track outing. For more information, give us a call or visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension recently release its Spherical Differential Bearing for the 1979-2204 Mustangs. These solidly link the upper control arms to the the differential. These bushings are extremely important, and help set and control axle location and movement. For more information on the BK074, BK075, or any other BMR Suspension components for the 1979-2004 Mustang give us a call or visit bmrsuspension.com
In this installment of BMR Suspension's 2002 Camaro build series, we upgrade the suspension. The factory suspension components were rusty and needed to be replaced. For phase one of this build we swapped the springs and sway bars, shocks, Panhard bar, and torque arm. This will give us a much better car on the street and track! For more information, visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension is proud to introduce its newest product for the 2016-newer Chevrolet Camaro—MM009 and MM010 polyurethane motor mounts. These mounts replace the factory mounts adding room for large exhaust or turbo kits. These also greatly reduce engine deflection, increasing throttle response and improving performance. For more information visit bmrsuspension.com.
One of the first steps in the build of our 2002 Camaro is exhaust. The car had some rusty bits and the exhaust was one of them. We teamed up with Texas Speed and Performance for a set of their 1 3/4-inch stainless headers and Rumbler X true dual exhaust. This makes the car sound absolutely awesome!
BMR Suspension has made upgrading the your 1 3/8-inch sway bar mounts and bushing easy with a Sway Bar Mounting kit or replacement Delrin bushings. The SMK013 features a CNC-machined billet aluminum saddle and CNC-machined Delrin sway bar bushings. The BK076 features just the CNC-machined Delrin sway bar bushings. For more information on application and fitment, visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension is always expanding it offering of chassis and suspension components. The CRJ001 jacking rails for the S550 Mustang have been hugely popular, but in most cases require a low profile jack if the car is lowered. BMR's CJR002 jacking rails are designed to be super low profile so regular jacks will work, even when the car is lowered. For more information, visit bmrsuspension.com.
Say hello to BMR Suspension newest project car, a stock 2002 Camaro Z/28. This build series will cover taking a Fourth Gen Camaro from stock to a handling powerhouse. The build will be done in multiple phases, showing you how to take you Fourth Gen to the next step, starting from scratch. Phase one of this project is for the entry level guys who may not have ever driven on a road course or in an autocross. We will
BMR Suspension's Rear Suspension Kits take the guesswork out of upgrading the rear suspension of your project. This video highlights BMR's Rear Suspension Kit for the 1978-1987 GM G-Body, part number RSK028. The kit consists of non-adjustable lower control arms (TCA039), on-car adjustable upper control arms (UTCA055), and control arm reinforcement braces (RB003). This gives you all the strength and adjustability needed for any form of performance driving. For more information, visit bmrsuspenison.com or call 813-986-9302.
BMR Suspension has built a great reputation of building quality parts for IRS-equipped American Muscle cars. The 2016-newer Chevrolet Camaro has a redesigned IRS, which is a solid option for getting big power to the ground. But like most IRSs, wheelhop is still an issue. This is primarily caused by soft bushings. BMR has design a cradle lockout kit to reduce bushing deflection without dramatically increasing NVH. The BK063 is a 100% bolt-on, non-permanent kit and adds stability to
This video showcases BMR Suspension's 1.25" lowering springs for the Third Gen GM F-Body - Part number SP096. This springs drop the car and inch and a half and feature a 640 lb/in linear spring rate. This offers plenty of support to keep the body flat and level in the turns while remaining soft enough for a comfortable ride. For more information, visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension F-body tech Eric Kent takes you step by step through the process of setting up your manual rack for proper installation. He covers the measuring and centering of the rack, as well as centering the steering wheel. For more information give us a call at 813-986-9302 or visit bmrsuspension.com.
BMR Suspension has released a slew of products for the 2016 and newer Chevrolet Camaro. One popular part is the STB018 Strut Tower Brace. This brace connects the strut towers reinforcing the chassis and front suspension. This part is especially effective for hardcore handling applications where extreme lateral loads will be applied to the chassis. For more information visit bmrsuspension.com or give us a call.