- Fits 2015-newer S550 Mustangs
- CNC-machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum
- CNC-machined Delrin Bushings
- All 304 stainless steel rod end spacers
- Eliminates vertical link flex
- Eliminates bushing deflection
- Eliminates wheel alignment changes due to vertical link flex
- Designed for street performance, drag race, and road race applications
- Durable anodized finish
- 1-hour installation time
- Proudly designed in the U.S.A.
- Proudly made in the U.S.A.
Launching harder, reducing wheel hop, and adding cornering consistency
to your S550 Mustang is easy with billet aluminum vertical links from
BMR Suspension. Stock stamped steel vertical links with soft rubber
bushings deflect under load and absorb power instead of transferring it
to the tires. BMR’s Delrin, billet aluminum vertical links (TCA047) are
CNC-machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum. This design gives you a
strong control arm that greatly improves performance with zero
deflection and loads of adjustability.
BMR Suspension designed the TCA047 to excel in street performance, drag
race, and road race applications. The stock vertical links flex under
cornering loads giving you inconsistent handling characteristics.
Combine this with soft bushings that have massive amounts of deflection,
and you’re left with poor performance. The TCA047’s heavy-duty
construction eliminates vertical link flex, giving you much improved
repeatability on the street, starting line, or in the corners. BMR’s
Delrin bushings are designed to solidly link the spindle to the lower
control arm, eliminate deflection and wheel alignment changes. Our
lightweight Delrin will stand up to high loads of any performance
environment. These are the perfect upgrade for the enthusiast looking to
greatly improve performance without NVH levels being a concern. When
performance is a must, rely on BMR Suspension!
BMR Suspension’s TCA047 billet aluminum Delrin Vertical Links are black
anodized for long-lasting good looks. Installation time is about 1 hour.
Proudly made in the U.S.A.
***NOTE: When installing the TCA046 or TCA047 Vertical Links, BMR highly
recommends specific supporting modifications to reduce toe and geometry
change. Installing Delrin equipped Vertical Links without addressing
the rear lower control arm front bushing and the toe knuckle bushing can
increase the chance of excessive NVH and stress on parts. Calls our
tech department for more information.***