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BMR Drag Bags?

BMRs Drag Bags is supposed to eliminate the wheel hop is anyone using these? If so what is your opinion? for $110 it might be worth lookin' into I just don't want to be the first one to try it http://www.exoticperformanceplus.com....html?item=642

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I got mine from BMR for $90.00 but haven't put them on yet. Smitty's05gto has them on his with a 150 shot of juice and does 11.60's. Talking with him lead me to buy mine.

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I've seen those as well. I just wasn't sure about how easy they were to ajust.

And besides the Front and Rear Sway Bar kit, what else can you do?


I would assume Rear Shocks & Front Struts. I'd be more interested in the Rear at this time, though I haven't seen any Rear Shocks spec'd... Anyone....?






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Yes they work good. I have no wheel hop. Though since I'm an A4 I didn't really have any to begin with. I got them to stiffen up the rear.
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Mine are on order. I've got the M6 and this is supposed to virtually eliminate wheel hop. Everyone who has them give them a thumbs up. I havent heard or met anyone that said or wrote different. Big plus for the track.
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Smitty's05gto has them on his with a 150 shot of juice and does 11.60's. Talking with him lead me to buy mine.

Good Luck!

11.49 now hehehehe


Yup.. they help quite a bit. havent had a problem since I put 'em in.
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They did wonders for me...no more wheelhop at all. Install was pretty easy and the improvement is amazing!
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