The amount of force exerted on sway bar end links is staggering—especially if a car has been upgraded to an aftermarket sway bar, like BMR Suspension’s adjustable and non-adjustable 2016 Camaro sway bars. The stock end links are weak and can bend or break. BMR’s adjustable sway-bar end links for 2016 and newer Camaros reduce sway bar deflection and improve handling. Made from CNC-machined billet aluminum and heavy-duty DOM steel tubing, the end links include greasable, ball-joint style tie rods that allow more articulation than a rod end. The adjustable front- and rear- end link kit (PN ELK015) is designed to resist deflection, and provide the full potential of the sway bar. BMR designed the setup for street performance, autocross, and road-race applications.
BMR manufactures the ELK015s out of CNC-machined billet aluminum hex bar stock (front) and heavy-wall DOM steel tubing with Chrome-moly tube adapters (rear). The ball joint-style tie rods are manufactured by Proforged and offer notable advantages over other end-links that use rod ends. Ball joints allow for more articulation than a rod end, which is better for open-track driving. The front ball joints are greasable and the rear end-links feature greasable 95-durometer polyurethane bushings. This ensures long life and ideal operation, and they make less noise than rod ends. The ball joints attach to the sway bar with 12mm studs, while the ball joints attach to the end link tubes with ½-inch studs. This combination of components provides a considerable increase in strength over stock end-links.
The adjustable links provide the ability to correct sway bar geometry and working angles on lowered cars with adjustable sway bars. The adjustability also allows added preload and fine-tuning the suspension for specific track conditions. Available in a durable black anodized finish (front) and red or black hammertone powdercoat (rear) for long-lasting good looks. Installation time is about 1 hour.