Under heavy cornering or hard launches, the factory control arm link deflects and flexes due to the weak stamped steel design. BMR designed these 2015-2017 Mustang vertical control arm links to eliminate that. These links are constructed from 6061-T6 billet aluminum to eliminate flex as well as transfer power to the tires better. The spherical bearings will not deflect and overall will solidly link the rear spindle to the lower control arm. These bind-free vertical links are built to handle anything you can throw at it no matter if you're drag racing, road racing or just driving on the street! Finished in a black anodized coating for long-lasting good looks and durability.
Just installed these on July 4 and am absolutely happy about them. Build quality and beefyness of these links compared to stock are painstakingly obvious. After installation I've noticed a reduced amount of vertical movement in the rear and it feels a bit more effortless to accelerate because its keeping my rear wheels firmly planted. The only thing stopping me from giving 5 stars is the bit of scuffs on the ends of one of the links upon unboxing. But for the 189$ price tag vs the 230$ plus option from steeda you can't beat it.
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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Jeffrey B. on
Installed these and noticed significantly less wheel hop on hard launches. Relatively easy to install, took less than an hour.
BMR fabrication is one of the top manufactures of Mustang suspension components that both improve performance and increase traction. With a full line of control arms, panhard bars, shock tower braces, k-members, anti-roll bar kits, and drive shaft safety loops, you can have your muscle car handling better than ever. All BMR components are engineered to fit with precision, hold up to the extreme demands of racing, and give you the edge over your competition!
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