BMR Suspension is synonymous with manufacturing high-quality suspension components for classic and late-model muscle cars. Based in Florida, and with their parts being made in the USA, it’s no wonder they are as successful as they are. In the last couple of years, they’ve been taking a second look at their parts catalog; improving, evolving, and adding to their product lines to give their customers some of the best suspension technology available. Such is the case with their new S550 front and rear sway bar kit.
BMR Suspension Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit for 2015 – 2022 Mustang
Improve handling, reduce body roll, and increase cornering stability on your 2015-2022 Mustang with an adjustable sway bar kit from BMR Suspension. Fabricated from 38mm (front) and 25mm (rear) DOM steel tubing, the BMR sway bars are cold formed to better resist torsional fatigue and retain “memory” far longer than conventional hot-formed bars. The front sway bar bushing brackets are constructed from ¼ steel plate for maximum strength and durability. The BMR Sway Bar Kit (SB763) gives you 157% increase (front) and 208% increase (rear) in sway bar rate over the stock bars, reducing body roll and improving handling. The SB763 features four positions of adjustability on the front sway bar (SB764) and three positions on the rear sway bar. (SB045)
These sway bars mount to the car with 95-durometer polyurethane bushings, greatly reducing deflection compared to rubber bushings. Thrust washers locate the sway bars, eliminating lateral movement under aggressive cornering. BMR has designed the SB763 for street performance, autocross, and road race applications. Front sway bar (SB764) and rear sway bar (SB045) can also be purchased individually. Installation time is 3-4 hours. Available in black hammertone or red powdercoat. Proudly made in America with American steel.
- Made in USA
- Improve handling
- Reduces body roll
- Fully adjustable
- Comes with poly bushings
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of Blue Oval Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.