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BMR Adjustable Front & Rear Sway Bars - Red (15-19 All)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • BMR Tubular Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit
    • Ideal for Street and Track
    • Improves Handling; Eliminates Body Roll
    • 35mm (1-3/8") Diameter - Front
    • 25mm (63/64") Diameter - Rear
    • Both are Three Position Adjustable
    • Cold Formed Heavy-wall DOM Steel Tubing
    • Durable Red Powder Coat Finish
    • 88 and 95 Durometer, Greasable Polyurethane Bushings Included
    • Designed and Manufactured in the USA
    • Fits All 2015 to 2019 Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    The BMR Front and Rear Adjustable Sway Bar kit will be an excellent choice for the S550 owners out there who wanna dramatically reduce the body roll and alter the understeer or oversteer characteristics of the car for the mid-$400 price point. Now, prospective buyers can look forward to a 35-millimeter front bar, along with a 25-millimeter rear option, both of which are 3-way adjustable. Your install is gonna be pretty straightforward guys, but there is a small amount of work both underneath the car and through the engine bay here, so I am gonna knock this one up to a very soft two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter with a little bit more detail later in the video.So BMR's goal as a company is to help you guys improve both your handling and your traction by offering owners a plethora of different parts to help increase or improve both areas. Now, the sway bars here are certainly more of a handling focused mod, and in true BMR fashion, the company has gone through great lengths in designing a set of bars for S550 owners to really wake up the handling performance and help eliminate excess body roll. Now, not only will this give you guys a little bit more confidence behind the wheel, but you're also gonna be able to set up the car for your driving style thanks to the adjustability. Now, guys, I am on record and I'll say it again here, these cars, in my opinion, are very much under barred from the factory, and that, of course, is to better suit the masses as opposed to the spirited driver like you and I. And BMR tends to agree with me on this as they claim the factory sway bars have a very low torsional spring rate thanks to the smaller diameter tubing. But let's talk about how these bars from BMR will be an improvement for both you and your ride, and honestly guys, you have a couple of different things working for you here. First up your diameter and also your materials. Now, as far as the diameter is concerned, you're going to be looking at a 35-millimeter front bar here in addition to a 25-millimeter rear bar. Now, according to BMR, the front option will be an increase in rate for stiffness ranging from 28% to 70% over the factory bar it is replacing. Now, the rear bar, on the other hand, is even more impressive with a 63% to 208% increase over the factory bar, and that big range on both bars is made possible, of course, thanks to the 3-way adjustability that both the front and rear have in common. But by upgrading the front and rear bars, the car will certainly feel more responsive overall, will definitely be flatter in turns thanks to the drastically reduced body roll, and at the same time, the car should rotate a little bit better through those turns as well.Now, this is going to be a welcome change for most owners out there because, in my opinion, these factory S550s have the slightest bit of understeering characteristic sport tendencies, meaning, the car just kinda wants to push or plow through turns. But with the bigger bars like the options we have here from BMR, you're going to experience more of a neutral balance with the car and maybe even experience a little bit of oversteer depending on how you set these bars up. Now, this just is simply accomplished by moving your end link to one of the three respective holes here on each bar, essentially softening or stiffening the bar in the process.Guys, listen, everyone has their own driving style, everyone's setup is going to be a little bit different so this is certainly one of those things you're gonna just have to play with a little bit before landing on your ideal setting. My advice to you, start with the end links on the middle hole here for each bar, make a few adjustments and go from there. But getting into the physical construction here with these particular sway bars, BMR is quick to point out a few key attributes. Now, for starters, these bars are manufactured from cold-form DOM steel tubing. Why cold form? Because according to BMR, the cold-form stuff is better at reducing or resisting torsional fatigue, and can actually retain the memory or shape better than most hot form bars.Now, the bars themselves are actually hollow, which does make for a strong bar overall, but one that won't add a ton of weight to your S550. Now, both bars do include their own dedicated brackets, as you can see right here, and loaded with an 88 durometer polyurethane bushing to be exact, which will help reduce deflection or movement far better than the soft rubber factory bushings. Finally guys, and not nearly as important, you'll notice we do have these things obviously in red here on the table with me for this video, but BMR does also offer these things in their signature hammer tone finish as well and you can find those on the site if you are interested. But what do you say we switch gears real quick here and talk about the install? And again guys, this isn't exactly the hardest job in the world, but since there is some work involved underneath the rear of the car in addition to some work involved to get the front in place, I am gonna knock this one up to a relatively soft two out of three wrenches on the old difficulty meter here, and tool-wise, you're gonna wanna consider a socket set in addition to a few allen keys, a number of extensions to help you get some bolts through the engine bay, some open-ended wrenches, and then last but not least, obviously a way to get the car in the air slightly. A lift would be the preferred method, of course, but you can always do jack and jack stands, or race ramps if you have access. Getting started, get the car up in the air and pop those front wheels off to give you better access to those front end links. At this point, you can remove those end links and hit the front sway bar brackets which I like to do through the engine bay. To do so, just chain a few extensions together or hit them through the wheel wells, whatever is easiest for you. With the brackets removed go ahead and fish out that factory front sway bar and fish in the new BMR option in its place. You might wanna have a buddy help you kinda work its way through its engine bay. Now, reinstall the new brackets from BMR in addition to your end links, reinstall the front wheels, grease those front bushings, and the front is completely wrapped up. Now, in my opinion, the rear bar is definitely the easier of the two, but go ahead and disconnect those rear sway bar end links, remove the brackets and remove the factory bar from the car. Reinstall the new BMR 25-millimeter option in its place in reverse order, and your installation is complete. The BMR Front and Rear Adjustable Sway Bar kit is gonna be a great choice again for the S550 owners out there who are interested in dramatically improving their handling, and you can find your set right here at

    Superior Handling. Upgrading your 2015-2019 Mustang's suspension with a BMR 3-Position Adjustable Sway Bar Kit will allow you to take corners like you're driving on rails. These heavy duty BMR Adjustable Sway Bars replace the skinny factory bars for exceptional handling, flatter cornering and decreased body roll. These BMR Sway Bars provide even better performance when combined with a set of their Sway Bar End Links.

    Three-Way Adjustable. BMR designed both their Front and Rear Sway Bars with three (3) adjustment positions. This allows you to fine tune the handling balance of your S550 Mustang to suite your specific driving needs whether it's street, autocross or road racing.

    Superior Construction. Designed and manufactured in the USA, these BMR Sway Bars are CNC-formed from cold-formed, heavy-wall DOM steel tubing for superior strength. The Bars are then completed in a durable bright red powder coated finish for impressive good looks and long lasting corrosion resistance. The front sway bar is 35mm (1-3/8") and the rear is 25mm (63/64").

    Polyurethane Bushings. BMR Sway Bars mount to your Mustang using polyurethane bushings. The included bushings are molded from high durometer, low-deflection, polyurethane, and are internally fluted to keep grease in the bushing. The front sway bar uses 95 durometer bushings and the rear uses 88 durometer bushings.

    Recommended Upgrade. It is highly recommend to upgrade your stock fixed sway bar end links with an adjustable set from BMR when installing a BMR Sway Bar on your S550 Mustang. BMR end-links allow you to further fine tune the position your Sway Bar for optimum handling. An absolute must for any lowered Mustangs. Select from the option above.

    Application. This BMR 3-Way Adjustable Sway Bar Kit is designed to fit all 2015 to 2019 Mustangs including the V6, EcoBoost, GT and Shelby GT350 models.

    Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

    MPN# SB043R

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Front Sway Bar
    • (1) Rear Sway Bar
    • (4) Bushings
    • (4) Brackets
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        Ho will this fit a 2018 gt convertible?

        • This will fit a 2018 convertible Mustang.

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        How much do these sway bars weigh comparing to PP stock sway bars?

        • We would not have the factory weight of the PP sway bars but these will weigh around 30 lbs.

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          Customer Reviews (9) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 3.7

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Afternoon

          • Handling Improvement 4.666667 4.7
          • Fit 3.444444 3.4
          • Bang For Your Buck 3.888889 3.9

          • 2/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 02, 2019

            fire ball

            There was no bang for your buck same price everywhere else. Back sway was good. The front one was not bent evenly off about a 1/2 inch had one heck of a time getting it to mount down. the brushing in the front where not cut and there was no grease in package. 4 hours to install them no quality control at BMR


            Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            February 10, 2019

            Better than OEM

            Purchased these instead of the other big brands because the size of the bar is exactly the same for less $$$. Handling is certainly tighter than the OEM sway bars and this is with the middle setting. Lowering your mustang (especially with Air Lift) WILL REQUIRE NEW SWAY BARS AND ADJUSTABLE ENDLINKS. There will be clunks in your lowered suspension if you do not upgrade these minimum parts. Front was actually a lot easier to install than anticipated. You will definitely need at least one long socket extension to reach the hex bolts. Rear was a piece of cake. You will need to purchase silicon based grease since it is not supplied. They include little stoppers for the rear that are probably unnecessary but I installed them anyways. Overall was happy with the quality and amount spent compared to other sway bars.


            Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            November 01, 2018


            Wow you feel the difference more stronger and stiff you get more easier the curves the only bad things is the bolt under the alternator is a pain in the you know where they need to upgrade the bolts type to alen to regular socket I get easy installed because I am a automotive tech I have the special tool you need a alen very very short with the socket type 1/8 the small one to get the room you need to install if you get that tool the installation will be easy and less of 2hr


            Year: 2017 Submodel: GT350

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          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 14, 2018

            Feels Great, but the screws...

            The difference is amazing after installing the BMR Front/Rear Sway Bars. I took my before and after reads with a Clinometer I had laying around and the results are drastic, like they advertise. The body roll is greatly reduced and grabs the corners so much better. A great buy for those that actually take their pony to a course track. My only big CON is the supplied 10m Allen bolt for the front sway bar driver side, sits under the alternator. I ended up having to move alternator to screw it down the bushing bracket, because a regular “L” shape Hex won’t fit and you can’t reuse the flanged bolts from OEM bracket.


            Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            December 26, 2017

            Nice upgrade

            Was a royal pain getting the allen bolt under the alternator, but once it was in it was fairly easy. Left in the neutral position and car handles flat through the turns. Had to 'modify' rear so I could also set into neutral position, but was very easy to install!!!


            Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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          • 3/5

            December 26, 2017

            Good Quality, But Fit Not Great

            One of the front bar bushing bolts in a 10 mm allen head under the alternator. Unless you have a short 10 mm allen, it is difficult to tighten. In order to reuse the rear bar brake line brackets, I had to flatten the stock bracket in a vise and hammer them to get them to fit.


            Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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          • 2/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            December 16, 2017


            1. Difficult and tedious, the installation was alright yet the bolt under the alternator was the worst! But once I had it all hooked up the car sat awkward and turns out the bar was sitting bad but very annoying. If you could get a different set up or someone else to put it in I’d suggest that. Just my 2 cents.


            Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Full Day

            September 08, 2017

            Great Handling ... But

            Because the front roll bar bracket uses allen head, the left rear bolt winds up under the alternator making it impossible to get the 10mm allen socket or key on it. Had to unbolt the alternator and push it out of the way. Sounds easy but it isn't. To get access to one of the alternator bolts you have to have someone hold the belt tensioner out of the way. The alternator is on with a pretty tight fit and took a lot of prying and wiggling to move it aside. Wish they had just used a standard bolt setup like stock. There are no bolt on the back of the alternator. Rear sway bar was a breeze.


            Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            June 27, 2016

            Smooth operator

            Car handles so much better these are worth every penny


            Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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