BMR SUSPENSION'S S550 Lowering Springs: STANCE PICS!

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  1. BMR Tech

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    #1 BMR Tech, Jan 29, 2015
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    After going through several ride height, and spring rate variations...we have settled on heights and rates for several springs options for these cars. (Performance, Drag, Handling)

    Here is our 2015 PP Mustang with our "Performance Spring" stance. I think it is absolute perfection. :thumbsup:

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    Just figured I would share, so you guys can know what to expect in a month or two, when we release them.

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    EDIT: Now that we have many customers installing these, here are some shots we have gotten in so far from very happy customers. ;)

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    How much lower are each variation to stock
     
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    We are working on getting the final numbers ready.

    We will be releasing them soon.

    The rears, on the PP model...don't really drop much. ;)

    Our "Performance" front springs, are going to be HOT for the people who have a PP..... I think that will be a very common modification amongst S550 Enthusiasts. Using a front spring only, also plays a large role in why we made our Performance Springs close in spring rate, to the OEM PP Springs.
     
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    I thought the PP springs were still prone to acceleration squatting? This is one of the reasons I was looking at other options as well as a slightly better stance, but not to aggressive as I don't feel like dodging speed bumps and scrapping the front splitting when entering a driveway/parking lot. Does BMR solve this?
     
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    Can't wait - just drop some 'test' springs off over at Detroit Muscle and I'll let you know how they are. :D
     
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    You aren't going to stop squatting on an IRS car.

    You can minimize it.

    For a stiffer rear spring, then I would suggest our handling spring set, or our drag spring set, as both will have a higher rate than PP.
     
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    Stop was the wrong word to use. Sorry about that
     
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    We have entered the euro world with squatting and inner tire camber wear on the rears.

    Looks great though with the front ever so slightly lower than the rear.
     
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    Cool! Looking forward to all the specs on these different springs.
     
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    Kelly, what is the difference between the performance and handling springs? And for a road course, would you choose one over the other on a PP car?
     
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    Are you going to have springs that are specific to both the GT and Ecoboost? I would think the rates or height or something would be different since the nose is lighter on the 4 cylinder.
     
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    Man I'm ready. Thanks for the pictures
     
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    Looks awesome. Can't wait until they are available I've been holding out on springs for these in particular.
     
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    awesome! are these going to be linear spring rates or progressive?
     
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    They are going to be a combination of linear, and dual rate. No progressive springs.
     
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