BMR S550 K Members - Now Taking pre orders at Team Beefcake Racing

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  1. beefcake

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    BMR S550 K member is getting ready for production, expected to ship in November, i anticipate the line to be very long and Team Beefcake Racing is taking pre orders

    Saves 36lbs over the stock K member!

    get at the front of the list!

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    Is the weight savings purely the difference in weight of the stock one vs the BMR kmember or does it include removing the sway bar?
     
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    I saw they released it on FB but haven't seen any details on it.

    Can we maintain the front sway bar?
    Retain OEM front suspension?
    Retain EPAS steering rack?
    Retain front under tray for PP cars?
     
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    36 is how much lighter the BMR K is compared to the stock K.

    All said and done you save 50+lbs if you include the bar and bar supporting mods.

    This drag version does not have sway bar provisions.

    Yes it does retain factory S550 style front suspension

    Yes it does retain factory EPAS steering

    You can retain under tray / panels with some creativity and zip ties etc
     
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    Any plans for a version that does support the sway bar? I'd be interested in weight and space savings, while retaining handling.
     
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    #6 Tiago G., Sep 26, 2019
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    Same here,
    I feel like the sway bar deletion won't be needed for my car to be able run bottom 9's or even high 8's (goal) in the future. Car is being driven to and from the track.
    I would also like to keep the stock motor mounts on the new tubular k-member.
     
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    Will you be producing a street version later that retains the sway bar mounting, like Steeda did? Also interested to know if this will be only for GT or will there be a version or engine mount adapter to make it compatible for EcoBoost?
     
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