The relatively new Pontiac G8 has gotten lots of attention at BMR suspensions.
The first story I did for PHR was a tech story on a supercharger kit for what was a brand-new Pontiac G8.
Almost a year later, the car is becoming more common and needs to be able to compete with the other models who have been in the aftermarket world for much longer.
BMR has a great line-up of parts to get things moving a little faster; here's what they've got so far:
Helps control wheel hop by making the caster adjustible. Made of 1- X 2-inch .120 wall tubing and 3/16-inch plate.
Strut Tower Brace
To reduce deflection between the strut tower sheet metal. Gives the engine bay a race-look as well. Tubing is 1.25-inch with 3/16-inch plate.
Driveshaft Tunnel Brace
Why not give your floor a little more strength. This part bolts in where the driveshaft carrier bearing is located. 1 X 2-inch .083 wall tubing and 3/16-inch plate; replaces factory stamped unit.
Stiffening up your frame will help it out perform the others. Keeping the body from flexing will save your doors and keep the squeaks and rattles at bay. BMR uses 3/4- X 3/4- .120 wall steel and 3/16 plate.