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BMR swaybars are one of the most noticeable handling improvements you can do for your 2013 Camaro. From the factory, GM did a decent job with spring rates and sway bars but the Camaro begs for more roll resistance to counteract the car's excessive weight. BMR recognizes this need and has a solution that not only increases roll resistance but does so with very minimal decrease in ride quality.

BMR takes advantage of today's technology by manufacturing it's sway bars from tubular steel, a process started in Europe and adopted by most current auto manufacturers today.

All BMR sway bars are cold formed, a chosen manufacturing process that doesn't involve heat, resulting in more consistent memory retention. A key feature in BMR's sway bar design is the adjustable rates, allowing multiple settings for varying driving styles. From the factory there is inherent understeer in this platform. Rather than just make larger OE bars with the same problem, BMR's solution is biased front-to-rear roll resistance, resulting in a neutral overall balance. For instance, by simply replacing the rear bar only and using the first hole, you effectively neutralize understeer without changing overall roll resistance. Adding the front bar and choosing a stiffer rear setting increases overall roll resistance.

Countless hours were put into developing and testing the ideal rates for our bars, taking this platform to a whole new level of driving excitement!

NOTE: For use with 2013-newer Camaro with electric steering rack and larger diameter end links.

Features

FRONT
Hole 1 (Boot-Leg end of bracket)
98% stiffer than OE bar

Hole 2 (Center)
146% stiffer than OE bar

Hole 3 (Flat end of bracket)
214% stiffer than OE bar
 

Applications & Compatibility

 Year  Make  Model
 2013 - 2013  Chevy  Camaro

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BMR Tubular Front Sway Bar (29mm) with Bushings - 2013-2015 Chevy Camaro

$259.95
SKU:
SB038
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Description

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BMR swaybars are one of the most noticeable handling improvements you can do for your 2013 Camaro. From the factory, GM did a decent job with spring rates and sway bars but the Camaro begs for more roll resistance to counteract the car's excessive weight. BMR recognizes this need and has a solution that not only increases roll resistance but does so with very minimal decrease in ride quality.

BMR takes advantage of today's technology by manufacturing it's sway bars from tubular steel, a process started in Europe and adopted by most current auto manufacturers today.

All BMR sway bars are cold formed, a chosen manufacturing process that doesn't involve heat, resulting in more consistent memory retention. A key feature in BMR's sway bar design is the adjustable rates, allowing multiple settings for varying driving styles. From the factory there is inherent understeer in this platform. Rather than just make larger OE bars with the same problem, BMR's solution is biased front-to-rear roll resistance, resulting in a neutral overall balance. For instance, by simply replacing the rear bar only and using the first hole, you effectively neutralize understeer without changing overall roll resistance. Adding the front bar and choosing a stiffer rear setting increases overall roll resistance.

Countless hours were put into developing and testing the ideal rates for our bars, taking this platform to a whole new level of driving excitement!

NOTE: For use with 2013-newer Camaro with electric steering rack and larger diameter end links.

Features

FRONT
Hole 1 (Boot-Leg end of bracket)
98% stiffer than OE bar

Hole 2 (Center)
146% stiffer than OE bar

Hole 3 (Flat end of bracket)
214% stiffer than OE bar
 

Applications & Compatibility

 Year  Make  Model
 2013 - 2013  Chevy  Camaro
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”BMR <p style=FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; FONT-WEIGHT: normal; PADDING-BOTTOM: 0px; PADDING-TOP: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 0px; MARGIN: 0px; PADDING-RIGHT: 0px><span>BMR swaybars are one of the most noticeable handling improvements you can do for your 2013 Camaro. From the factory, GM did a decent job with spring rates and sway bars but the Camaro begs for more roll resistance to counteract the car's excessive weight. BMR recognizes this need and has a solution that not only increases roll resistance but does so with very minimal decrease in ride quality. <br /><br />BMR takes advantage of today's technology by manufacturing it's sway bars from tubular steel, a process started in Europe and adopted by most current auto manufacturers today. <br /><br />All BMR sway bars are cold formed, a chosen manufacturing process that doesn't involve heat, resulting in more consistent memory retention. A key feature in BMR's sway bar design is the adjustable rates, allowing multiple settings for varying driving styles. From the factory there is inherent understeer in this platform. Rather than just make larger OE bars with the same problem, BMR's solution is biased front-to-rear roll resistance, resulting in a neutral overall balance. For instance, by simply replacing the rear bar only and using the first hole, you effectively neutralize understeer without changing overall roll resistance. Adding the front bar and choosing a stiffer rear setting increases overall roll resistance.<br /><br />Countless hours were put into developing and testing the ideal rates for our bars, taking this platform to a whole new level of driving excitement!<br /><br />NOTE: For use with 2013-newer Camaro with electric steering rack and larger diameter end links. </span></p> <p><strong><span style= font-family: Verdana;>Features</span></strong></p> <p><span style= font-family: Verdana;>FRONT<br />Hole 1 (Boot-Leg end of bracket)<br />98% stiffer than OE bar<br /><br />Hole 2 (Center)<br />146% stiffer than OE bar<br /><br />Hole 3 (Flat end of bracket)<br />214% stiffer than OE bar<br />&nbsp;</span></p> <p><span style= font-family: Verdana;>Applications & Compatibility</span></p> <table style=BORDER-TOP: #b4befb 1px solid; BORDER-RIGHT: #b4befb 1px solid; BORDER-BOTTOM: #b4befb 1px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #b4befb 1px solid border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0> <tbody> <tr> <td width=252><span style= font-family: Verdana;>&nbsp;<strong>Year</strong></span></td> <td width=252><span style= font-family: Verdana;>&nbsp;<strong>Make</strong></span></td> <td width=252><span style= font-family: Verdana;>&nbsp;<strong>Model</strong></span></td> </tr> <tr> <td style=FONT-SIZE: 12px; FONT-FAMILY: verdana; BORDER-RIGHT: #9ac6ff 1px solid; BORDER-BOTTOM: #9ac6ff 1px solid; PADDING-BOTTOM: 2px; PADDING-TOP: 2px; PADDING-LEFT: 2px; PADDING-RIGHT: 2px><span style= font-family: Verdana;>&nbsp;2013 - 2013</span></td> <td style=FONT-SIZE: 12px; FONT-FAMILY: verdana; BORDER-RIGHT: #9ac6ff 1px solid; BORDER-BOTTOM: #9ac6ff 1px solid; PADDING-BOTTOM: 2px; PADDING-TOP: 2px; PADDING-LEFT: 2px; PADDING-RIGHT: 2px><span style= font-family: Verdana;>&nbsp;Chevy</span></td> <td style=FONT-SIZE: 12px; FONT-FAMILY: verdana; BORDER-BOTTOM: #9ac6ff 1px solid; PADDING-BOTTOM: 2px; PADDING-TOP: 2px; PADDING-LEFT: 2px; PADDING-RIGHT: 2px><span style= font-family: Verdana;>&nbsp;Camaro</span></td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
259.95