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narcolepsy123456
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narcolepsy123456 Jul 15, 6:58pm - #223441 

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Bomex kit question

For those of you who have installed the bomex kit, did you need to install some sort of front and rear stabalizer underneath to support your bumpers???? i know the stock bumper has the front under plastics and the rear bolts in underneath with screw clips, but the bomex kit doesn't have any of this. i already went out and bought some peices of aluminum to use as stabalizer bars, just wondering if i really need them to prevent the kit from cracking.
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RicePowered Jul 15, 7:01pm - #223442 
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I don't think it would hrt anything.
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trdcelica13 Jul 15, 10:15pm - #223443 
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i have a bc2 front and it has no supports on the bottom, and hasn't hurt a thing, and i've hit 130+

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Lucky_317
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Lucky_317 Jul 15, 10:30pm - #223444 

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my bomex is unsopperted and I've had it to 147mph several times. rofl

Best 60' 1.959 best 1/4 - 13.7 @ 101mph
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