Consistency is Key.
If you're looking for increased control in your ride, BMR's Lower Control Arms is the product for you. Not only do these control arms increase control, they also create harder launches, reduce wheel hop and add consistency across the board when making passes in your S197. All racers know consistency is key, no matter what kind of track you are on. No one wants to make consistent time runs then spin on the starting line for eliminations. You want that guaranteed, hard, throw you back in your seat launch from pass to pass.Durable Construction.
Designed and made in the USA from MIG-welded 1 ¼ inch DOM steel tubing for superior strength and rigidity, which dramatically reduces control arm flex. These BMR Rear Lower Control Arms feature Viking Performance Teflon-lined spherical rod end bearings that allow for easy "on car" adjustments due to right and left hand threaded adjusters. They also feature all 304 stainless steel rod end spacers. Finally, they are completed in a durable red powdercoat finish for long lasting corrosion resistance and a little pop of color. BMR Rear Lower Control Arms are for street, performance and drag applications.Polyurethane Bushings.
These 95-durometer polyurethane bushings are stronger than soft rubber bushings and will not deflect under load and in turn, transfer power to the tires. They also add a more responsive feel to your ride over stock bushings. BMR's bushings are internally fluted which allows for grease to flow and evenly coat the inner sleeve of the bushing. This keeps grease in the bushing under high pressure. Having these flutes also disperses the grease to the outer edges of the bushings which allows full surface lubrication.Application.
This set of two BMR Suspension Double Adjustable Rear Lower Control Arms are designed as a direct bolt-on upgrade for all 2005 to 2014 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt, BOSS and Shelby GT500 models. Technical Note.
To retain the factory geometry, ensure the offset end of the Lower Control Arm is installed on the axle side, with the offset portion of the bushing facing towards the rear differential.