Installed BMR: CB006, SP763, TCA048, CB762, CB010 on my 2019 GT

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    Like many have said BMR's products are very well manufactured and well worth the money. After watching a few videos I knew that I wanted to install all of these at the same time so I wouldn't have to drop the rear sub-frame multiple times....
    I did already have their low profile jacking rails, if you don't already have them you need to get them!! Jacking rails made this job super easy.
    I installed CB006 (Front Sub-Frame Chassis Brace) and TCA048 (Vertical Link) at the same time while I waited on my other parts to arrive. CB006 is very precise so take your time when installing, the front control arms are sometimes difficult to line up. The vertical links were a piece of cake, took maybe 20 min for both.
    CB010 (level 1 lock out) and CB762 (IRS subframe support) needed to be installed while I was installing the rear springs, CB763 (Min Drop performance springs).

    I have done a lot of spring installations but I had not performed one on a car with the IRS like the S550. If you are on the fence about doing the install yourself I would say go for it.
    If I was doing only springs this would have been a 3-4 hour job from start to finish.
    CB010 kit was straight forward, easy to install. CB762 was the hardest part, getting the rear most bolt to line up with the spacer going into the sub-frame was challenging to do in a single car garage and on your back!
    Here on some pics IMG_2770.JPG IMG_2810.JPG IMG_2812.JPG IMG_2813.JPG IMG_E2764 (1).JPG IMG_E2766 (1).JPG IMG_E2769 (1).JPG IMG_E2775 (1).JPG IMG_E2777.JPG IMG_E2822.JPG IMG_E2823.JPG
     
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    Couple more pictures, before and after the drop attached but they seem to get put out of order... IMG_2759.JPG IMG_E2821.JPG IMG_E2824.JPG IMG_E2826.JPG
     
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    Looks good. Im waiting for my vertical links to come in so I can do them at the same time as the lockout bushings.
     
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    Which vertical links did you get? I was going to get the level 2 lock out kit but once I spoke to BMR they said it would be overkill with an auto.
     
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    TCA048, I was told the same
     
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