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    BMR vs edelbrock

    Ok first off im not rich, but will spend money where i have to, my situation is buying an after market torque arm.

    i found the BMR for $230 and an edelbrock one for $175, Is there any huge difference between the two, i would rather save $50 and us it for gas or something.

    the car runs 12.71 with a 1.88 60' and is soon getting a fuddle 2800 stall, but will only run 255 MT street tires, the car may one day have 400hp but not anytime soon and not much more than that.

    car is not going to be lowered so it won't need the adj. type.

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    I run the edlebrock, it suits my need just fine. I did't build a race car its just a quick daily driver. The car hooks much better and there is a definte weight transfer difference, the first time I got on it I was very surprised how the front lifted and the rear squated its alot of fun from a slow roll in first.
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    I have the BMR adjustable on my Camaro and I have installed an Edelbrock on a buddies Camaro before. The BMR is thicker tubing and stronger than the Edelbrock. The Edelbrock is tons better than the factory TA and a pretty nice piece itself. From what you are describing, I think you would be pleased with the Edelbrock TA.
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