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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Dec 16th, 16, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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BMR Suspension Teams up with Speedway Motors on a Bad '67 Camaro

Have you seen the Speedway Motors í67 Camaro? If you live under a rock and havenít, this car is absolutely unbelievable! The í67 Camaro shell covers a full tube chassis loaded with racing technology. Itís not everyday you see a First Gen Camaro with an IRS, let alone a factory IRS from a Fifth Gen Camaro. Add the wild paint and custom wide body and itís not hard to see that is a no joke First Gen!

The baddest First Gen on the planet uses BMR Suspension's Fifth Gen IRS components. Some have been modified to fit the massive 19x13 wheels with 355 tires. Not one of these images does this car and its build quality any justice! It is straight NASTY! BMR is extremely proud to be a part of this project and we can't wait to see it on track! Be sure to check out Team Speedway​ for all of the updates on the car and where you can see it in person!

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2011 Chevrolet Camaro Factory IRS equipped with BMR Suspension lower control arms, trailing arms, toe rods, and differential bushings. It also uses a Gforce Engineering 9-inch center section and axles. This combination of parts is nearly bulletproof.


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Aluminum 440ci Small Block Chevy (special General Motors Performance Bow Tie Sample Block), 18-degree aluminum GM heads, Kinsler 8-stack, Tremec Transmissions T-56 6-speed from Dederichs Motorsports no clutch dog box conversion, MSD Performance ignition, FAST - Fuel Air Spark Technology injection system, Jesel Belt Cam Drive, Speedway Motors Unser Edition G-Comp Front Suspension, 2011 Chevrolet Camaro IRS with BMR Suspension arms, Gforce Engineering 9-inch center section, AFCO Racing 4-way adjustable shocks & disc brakes, custom flared front & rear wheel openings, and CCW Forged Wheels wrapped in 355/30/19 Kuhmo Tires!









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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Dec 16th, 16, 02:37 PM
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Re: BMR Suspension Teams up with Speedway Motors on a Bad '67 Camaro

OMG..WOW

in a word... BADASS
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