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Tech: 2015+ Mustang Camber Plate Install

Plate Shift

Installing BMR Suspension’s caster/camber plates for the S550

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and courtesy of BMR Suspension

From the jump, the crew at BMR Suspension took the S550 platform and started developing parts. Despite the platform maturing and other development cars coming along, the company hasn’t slowed its pace in designing new parts to sharpen the performance of the latest Mustangs.
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Tech: Shelby GT350 Exhaust Install

GT350 Growl

Lethal Performance upgrades its Shelby with a Magnaflow cat-back & more

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and courtesy of Magnaflow

Born with an dual-mode exhaust from the factory, the Shelby GT350 is already one of the best sounding Mustangs ever built. That’s especially true of the R-model, which doesn’t wear resonators before the mufflers like the standard Shelby does. But it could always sound better, right?
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New Product: 2015+ Mustang Chassis Brace

Brace Yourself

BMR Suspension’s new front chassis brace fortifies the S550 K-member

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of BMR Suspension

Mustangs are built to perform, but they are also mass-produced street cars. That means there are limitations to how far engineers can take the car in the name of performance. So when you start to push your car in a performance environment some things may move and flex.
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New Product: 2005+ Mustang Engine Mounts

Mount Poly

Lock down your engine with BMR Suspension’s new poly motor mounts

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of BMR Suspension

As with many facets of the latest Mustangs, the motor mounts are designed to not only secure the engine, but to dampen out noise, vibration and harshness. There are engineers dedicated to improving the NVH of new cars to provide you with a smooth quiet ride. However, the features that keep things on the down low can also hurt performance.
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New Product: S550 LCA Spherical Bearings

Get Your Bearings

Improve traction with a 2015+ Mustang lower control arm bushing upgrade

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of BMR Suspension

As we now know, the independent rear suspension under the 2015 and newer Mustangs works pretty well for street duty and the occasional spirited driving. However, we you start to push things on the road course or drag strip, all the give build into the rear suspension to keep it quiet and free from vibration allows for more movement and less precision than is optimum.
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