Remove That Fctory Radiator Crossmember
If you are drag racing your new 2005-2014 Mustang and don't need a front sway bar, this BMR crossmember can save you over 10 lbs from the front end of your S197. Not only is this BMR crossmember lighter, it is also stronger thanks to the 1-5/8" tubing. With the swaybar removed, the crossmember only needs to support the weight of the radiator. This lightweight crossmember only weighs 5.5 lbs as compared to the OE 16.5 lbs. Get rid of that heavy factory crossmember and shed some weight today!
Easy To Install
This is only a 30-45 minute install. It allows the use of the factory bumper cover support plastic.
Easy To Install
Does not come with with sway bar mounts.
Bought the tubular radiator support to replace the stock piece on Boss #1494. I modified it slightly by welding tabs to connect to the stock Z brace. I used 1/8 thick by 2 inch wide channel stock to create the tabs. After some primer and a coat of black hammer tone paint, it looked great. I was able to bolt up the stock Z brace and re-install the plastic parts under the car without using a pile of zip ties. I wonder if BMR would consider offering the part with the tabs (but without the sway bar brackets). My modified BMR support took 11.8 pounds off the front of the car.
BMR fabrication is one of the top manufactures of Mustang suspension components that both improve performance and increase traction. With a full line of control arms, panhard bars, shock tower braces, k-members, anti-roll bar kits, and drive shaft safety loops, you can have your muscle car handling better than ever. All BMR components are engineered to fit with precision, hold up to the extreme demands of racing, and give you the edge over your competition!
Working in a customer service oriented job I can truly appreciate minute by minute notifications and incredible customer service. I am building my seventh fox and have dealt with every known distributor on the planet and LMR is by far the most efficient and thorough company I have dealt with.(twisted wedge top end kit and supporting equipment project starting this week)