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Ohh that is nice, but it is pricey since the cost of the front by itself is just as much as the BMR front and rear bars put together

Would they be willing to look into DMR style triangulation braces, seems like DMR isn't producing any more sedan variants the last time I messaged them and it's pretty much unobtanium now.
 

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I'm definitely interested in the DMR braces and I know there's a few interested in them also so that's good to hear.

As for the bar, just spent a bit too much this year so slowing it down but it's on the radar at some point in time just not in the immediate future right now
 

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I threw on a stock rear bar with the 1 1/4 solid bar on the front just to test if that was the direction I wanted to go in since a few have mentioned it gives you the ability to power out a lot earlier with the sacrifice of some turn in. However all of those guys run some variation of a bucket seat that can hold them in or harness.

Andwith my application which is a fairly short autocross course I found the body roll too much with the stock seats with 750s and 1 1/4 bar up front. I enjoy the setup I have right now since it doesn't throw me around and has a very predictable driving experience with it.

and yes i know the stock bar is smaller than the mentioned 1 1/4 rear however but I wasn't spending a few 100 bucks to find out if I liked it or not.

So as of now unless I start doing longer / faster road courses where I don't need as much turn in I'm running this for now because I have a lot to improve on the driver mod side of things.


Really there's a bunch of setups I would like to try out but budget is the limiting factor 😫

Regardless it is fun.

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