If you’ve ever owned a third- or fourth-generation F-body or G-body that was making any kind of power or low-end torque, then you know the OEM lower control arms won’t suffice. It seems once you break the 300 rwhp barrier on these cars, that wheelhop and wheelspin are evident.
BMR Suspension counters this with one of their latest creations – the Tubular Adjustable Lower Control Arm for ’82-’02 F-body and ’78-’88 G-body. Made from the same high-quality standards as all other BMR Suspension components, the Adjustable Tubular LCAs should help reduce ET times, improve traction issues (saving tire wear as a result), and eliminate that nasty wheel hop. If you’re an avid road racer or autocross aficionado, they should help reduce lap times as well.
Learn more from the official release below!
Third- and Fourth-Gen F-Body and G-Body Tubular Lower Control Arm
Reduce wheel hop, launch harder, and add cornering consistency to your Third- and Fourth-Gen F-body or 1978-1988 G-body with a set of Adjustable Lower Control Arms from BMR Suspension.
These on-car-adjustable, round-tube control arms are manufactured from 1.25-inch, 0.120-inch wall DOM tubing, which dramatically increases strength over the stock stamped-steel arms, while remaining an economical option for improved handling.
The BMR Lower Control Arms (PN TCA002) use greasable, 95-durometer, spiral-fluted, polyurethane bushings, leaving you with a solid, more responsive feel over the factory rubber bushings. Combined with reduced control arm flex, the handling of your F-body or G-body will be much more predictable and consistent on the street and on the track. Installation time is 1-2 hours. Available in black hammertone or red powdercoat. Price: $219.95
- Quick and easy installation
- Allows on-car adjustability
- Eliminates wheelhop and wheelspin
- Improves ETs
- Aids in handling abilities
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI 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.