Added Chassis Strength
If you are looking to save some weight on the front end of your 2005-2014 Mustang while adding more chassis strength, this red BMR tubular radiator support is just what you need. This support replaces your heavy stamped steel radiator support with a lightweight, tubular brace. This keeps the front end of your Mustang light while tightening up the front suspension. Includes the sway bar mounts. A perfect addition to BMR's tubular K-member and CB004 chassis brace!
High Quality Design
Made from heavy duty 1-5/8” diameter DOM tubing, this brace is made to give you great weight reduction while improving overall handling. The mounting plates are made from laser cut 1/4" steel for OE comparable strength with race comparable weight. The BMR Radiator Support bolts in using the OE mounting hardware and provides heavy duty mounts for your front sway bar as well as the new 2011+ front chassis brace.
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!
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"Just a 2 valve" is what I hear consistently. Up until it comes time to actually put up or shut up. This car isn't the typical drag mustang. Its built for the road coarse. Makes a whole whopping 300rw...