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BMR Suspension Press Media and Events
February 01, 2015
February, 2015 StangTV
Tighter Front Mustang Suspension On Project sidewayS197 With BMR
A few months ago, StangTV began giving the renowned Formula Drift hot shoe Justin Pawlak a hand building up his 2006 Ford Mustang GT. For this project, which we have dubbed sidewayS197, we plan on putting a stock S197 through some changes in order to create a street performing Mustang that Pawlak can easily toss sideways and turn rubber into smoke. To achieve our goals we need to improve our Mustang suspension performance, we’ve turned to BMR Suspension....
January 24, 2015
January, 2015 StangTV
Rebecca Starkey Making The Move To NMRA Coyote Modified For 2015
For 2014, the NMRA kicked off a brand new class aimed at the high powered modern Mustangs that were making big waves in the street legal drag racing world. Coyote Modified, was designed exclusively for Ford’s still relatively new 5.0 engine, which had been out just long enough that the aftermarket support was now in full swing. The class rules, the performance of the cars involved, and even the colorful personalities of the competitors reminded us of the e...
January 14, 2015
January, 2015 StangTV
Records Are Set To Be Broken: Jeff Scofield Going For 6-Speed Record
Ever since the first two cars hit the same road we wanted to know who was faster. In 2015, nothing has changed. We still want to be faster than the next guy/girl, especially within the Mustang community. When one guy/girl runs a certain time, we want to beat it with our own Mustang. And in this day and age when people claim a record just because 10 of their buddies were at the track with them, there’s one record that seems to stand out among the rest of th...
December 01, 2014
PRI 2014
PRI 2014: BMR Delivers 2015 Mustang Suspension Parts
It’s been a literal race to the last minute for BMR Suspension to get their 2015 Mustang suspension parts ready for this year’s PRI show. The team was able to build a myriad of components – from K-member to rear sway bar – in a few short weeks. While some of the parts you see on display are in prototype stages, BMR hopes to have product ready to ship in January....
September 01, 2014
September, 2014 issue of Super Chevy
Techin’ In With Fletch
To Juice or Not to Juice? I love your column, and it’s the first thing I go to when I get my Super Chevy magazine each month. This is my second letter to you, and I got awesome advice the first time—things worked out well. I’ve since started racing my ’71 Pro Street Nova SS show/street car at New England Dragway during the Nostalgia Day Races and test and tune nights, with a best run to date of 11.04 at 121 mph (the car weighs 3,652 pounds with driver)....
September 01, 2014
Project Wild E. Coyote
BMR Heavy Duty Upper Control Arm For S197s With 9-Inch Differentials
When making big horsepower there comes a point when the 8.8-inch rearend which has been a mainstay in the Mustang for nearly 30 years, just won’t cut it anymore. In our case we long ago upgraded the rear differential on Project Wild E Coyote to a complete nine-inch unit from Moser. What we didn’t realize when that upgrade occurred is that we also needed to update our upper control arm to one designed specially for nine-inch rearends. To do that we turned t...
August 11, 2014
Super Chevy and GMHTP Install and Test BMR Suspension's ZL1 Suspension
2012 Camaro ZL1 - Project Apex Assassin: Suspension Install and Test
Road Course Reduction: This 2012 ZL1 is seeing red on track thanks to a bolt-on suspension upgrade...
August 01, 2014
August, 2014 LSXTV
Our 5th Gen Camaro Gets Upgraded With BMR Suspension
Our Project 5th Gen Camaro is one of the most recent entries to the Power Automedia stables. When we last left our 2010 Camaro SS, we had installed a brand-spankin’-new ProCharger i-1 supercharger system and rolled the Dynojet in the Power Automedia shop to an outstanding 600.7 horsepower and 622.0 pound-feet of torque in preparation for this portion of the build – the chassis upgrades....
July 01, 2014
MotoIQ Installs and Tests BMR Suspension
Project Grey Mustang 5.0: Part 7 – Testing BMR Suspension’s Rear Control Arms
MotoIQ.com installs and test BMR Suspension's S197 Mustang suspension on one of its project vehicle....
July 01, 2014
July, 2014 StangTV
Bob Daniels’ Silver State Challenge Stang Runs the Best with BMR
When it comes to high-performance chassis, drivetrain components, and especially suspension products, BMR Suspension is one of the best. Offering components for over 15 vehicle platforms and applications ranging from street vehicles to drag cars, BMR is one of the top choices for Mustang performance products in the country. But what if you want to push your Mustang more than the average weekend warrior, like Bob Daniels with his Silver State Classic Roush ...
June 12, 2014
June, 2014 StangTV
A Guide To Buying Aftermarket Rear Control Arms
Aftermarket rear suspension pieces are a dime a dozen; there are so many companies in the marketplace offering these items that you can dial up your favorite retailer and have your choice of literally dozens of tubular control arms for your car, regardless of whether you’re cruising a late-model Mustang, Camaro, or Mopar product like the Challenger or Charger....
June 01, 2014
June, 2014 LSXTV
ARH/Fark’s Supercars Camaro Wins Camaro5Fest with BMR Suspension
Camaro5Fest rolled into Royal Purple Raceway in Houston, Texas recently. The weekend of all-things-Camaro showcased the Unlimited class, which had the quickest and fastest 5th-Gen Camaros in the country battling it out for drag racing supremacy on the legendary Royal Purple Raceway 1320....
April 01, 2014
April, 2014 issue of Camaro Performers
1998 Chevy Camaro Suspension Upgrade - Part 2
Last issue we got started on turning a 1998 Camaro's life around by tearing all its front suspension off and rebuilding it with potent parts from BMR Suspension. Everything from the K-member to the adjustable control arms, lowering coils, beefy sway bar, and transmission crossmember was sourced from BMR's extensive catalog of go-fast goodies. Not only did we save a ton of weight, but we also added a serious level of hot rod handling and drag racing abiliti...
March 01, 2014
March, 2014 StangTV
BMR Lower Control Arm Brackets and Driveshaft Loop For Silver Bullet
As we direct our Project Silver Bullet towards better dragstrip performance we need to increase traction at the starting line. A key to maximizing starting line traction is proper location of the instant center of our rear axle. To adjust this appropriately we turned to BMR Suspension for a set of their lower control arm relocation brackets. We also had BMR send us one of their bolt on drive-shaft loops so as we continue to run faster ETs with our car, we ...
February 01, 2014
Febuary, 2014 issue of Camaro Performers
1998 Chevy Camaro Suspension Upgrade - Part 1
In stock trim, the Camaro ZL1 comes with an already aggressive, track capable suspension setup. Thanks to the Magnetic Ride Control (and electromagnetically controlled shocks), the ZL1 can outrun any ponycar ever made on a road course (except the new Z/28), while delivering a comfortable street ride....
December 01, 2013
December, 2013 issue of Car Craft
1966 Chevy Chevelle - Tiny Dancer, Part II
When we left our overachiever 4.8L-powered Chevelle last month, we had managed to nitrous shock our 3,650-pound Chevelle into some amazing 12-flat quarter-mile times. The Chevelle ran this number despite a hideous 1.95 60-foot time, because the only way to not spin the tires was to launch the car soft and wait until the 60-foot mark to smack the nitrous. This was a ready-made situation for the Lingenfelter Performance Engineering (LPE) nitrous control comp...
June 01, 2012
June, 2012 issue of Chevy High Performance
Torque Arm Suspension Systems - How It Works!
Let’s say you’re pulling your race car with your dualie through the countryside, and pass an Amish commuter in his horse-drawn buggy along the way; the irony here is that the truck, trailer, buggy, and race car all share the same primitive leaf-spring suspension. Although it’s true that some drag racers have managed to run mid-7s on leaf springs, they still have some severe limitations when asked by the chassis to turn or stop. As such, dumping them in fav...
December 05, 2011
PRI 2011 Orlando, FL
BMR Bushing Game PRI 2011
During this year’s PRI Trade Show in Orlando, BMR Suspension gave each and every attendee the opportunity at a gift certificate by guessing how many bushings were in the display pictured below. An exact guess would be rewarded with a $1k BMR gift certificate. It was interesting to watch people attempt to calculate quantities, measure volume, use specific dates as guesses, etc., etc. In all, we had a few hundred people attempt to guess. We are pleased...
December 01, 2011
December, 2011 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
BMR Front Suspension Install - Dietary Fiber
It doesn't take rocket science to know that less weight equals greater performance. The lighter the car, the less power it takes to get it moving. During the build, and throughout our track tests, the weight of our '11 AMSOIL GT has not been something we've paid much attention toùwe never even took the spare tire and jack out of the trunk! Now that the car performs consistently in the mid-10-second range, it's time to shed a few pounds. Until now, ou...
November 25, 2011
November, 2011 StreetLegalTV
5th Gen Camaro Suspension and Handling Guide
The Camaro has always gotten a bit of a bad rep as a car that is only fast in a straight line. The early Camaro’s V8 power plant, rear-wheel-drive layout, and solid rear axle naturally lent themselves to the needs of the drag racer, but wasn’t seen as ideal for corner carving. However, with the newest breed of Camaro, it’s a whole new ball game. Featuring an independent rear suspension and a technologically advanced overall design, the 5th Gen Camaro can b...
November 11, 2011
November, 2011 issue of Super Chevy
BMR Rear Suspension Install - Strong Arm
Suspension technology has come a long way in the nearly 42 years that have passed since the '70 Camaro first hit showroom floors. Spring and shock developments, tire advancements, improved brake technology, and overall design progression have brought factory handling to an all-time high. While the Z28 was top dog for handling then, a V-6 2011 Camaro today could easily out-maneuver any of its ancestors. Thanks to the aftermarket though, those classic Ca...
November 01, 2011
November, 2011 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
BMR Suspension and Tires Fix – Launch Control
Whether it's on the street or at the track, traction is immensely important. Spinning your tires will get you nowhere fast, and as high-horsepower Ponies become more and more popular, getting your power to the ground becomes more difficult. In the past few months, we have stepped up the power output of our '11 AMSOIL Mustang GT. We've been cranking out high-10-second e.t.'s with relative ease, but a few issues have begun to decrease consistency and t...
October 14, 2011
2011 NMRA Super Stang World Finals
BMR Suspension’s 2011 Mustang Wins Super Stang at NMRA World Finals!
The 2011 Mustang project car from BMR Suspension took the victory in the Super Stang class at the NMRA World Finals in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Allan Miller successfully raced the BMR mule car through a 23-car field. He used consistent launches and killer reaction times on a cold and slippery Kentucky track to eliminate 5 of the the toughest competitors in the Super Stang class. The BMR 2011 Mustang dead-hooked on 18” drag radials on every pass thanks...
October 01, 2011
October 2011
Fastest Street Car Magazine: Going Tubular
Over the last six years of modifying FSC’s Camaro project car, The LS-Wonder, we’ve come to realize how fun and effective GM’s fourth generation F-body platform can be for street/strip drag racing. Even a 90,000 mile LS1 can make a 3,500-pound streetable car fly with the right combination of components. It started as a 14-second snail, but these days the car is on the cusp of running tens in the quarter—and we have yet to even open up the engine. The p...
September 13, 2011
2011 Holley LS Fest - Bowling Green, KY
BMR Suspension Congratulates Judson Massingill On His All Motor Class Victory!
BMR Suspension would like to congratulate Judson Massingill of the School of Automotive Machinists on his Holley LS Fest All Motor class victory....
September 12, 2011
2011 Holley LS Fest - Bowling Green, KY
BMR Suspension Congratulates Anthony Manna on his Drag Radial Victory!
BMR Suspension would like to congratulate Anthony Manna on his Holley LS Fest Drag Radial victory last weekend. Anthony ran the quarter mile in 7.60 seconds on his way to taking out some of the top...
September 12, 2011
2011 Holley LS Fest - Bowling Green, KY
BMR Suspension Congratulates Dave Childress On His True Street Victory!
BMR Suspension would like to congratulate Dave Childress (Mighty Mouse) on his Holley LS Fest True Street victory last weekend. Dave was named LS Fest True Street champion with an average of 8.930 seconds for 3 passes with a best time of 8.812 seconds. This was accomplished with...
September 12, 2011
2011 Holley LS Fest - Bowling Green, KY
BMR Suspension Congratulates Shawn Calabrese On His True Street Victory!
BMR Suspension would like to congratulate Shawn Calabrese on his Holley LS Fest victory ...
September 12, 2011
2011 Holley LS Fest - Bowling Green, KY
BMR Suspension Congratulates Paul Falcon On His True Street Victory!
BMR Suspension Congratulates Paul Falcon On His 2011 Holley LS Fest Victory ...
September 12, 2011
2011 Holley LS Fest - Bowling Green, KY
BMR Suspension Congratulates Ed Timmerman On His Speed Stop Challenge Victory!
BMR Suspension would like to congratulate Ed Timmerman On His Speed Stop Challenge Victory...
June 01, 2011
June, 2011 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
AMSOIL Mustang GT SEMA Project – Stop, Squat, and Roll!
For many builders, a SEMA car is all about the bling. Shiny things grab your attentionyou’re drawn to the kind of over-the-top awesomeness that you just can’t seem to take your eyes off. But sometimes what’s hiding beneath the surface can be equally as impressive. This month we look at another stage of the initial build of our AMSOIL Mustang GT SEMA project--namely suspension, brakes, wheels, and tires. When the car rolled out of the spray booth at...
March 01, 2011
March, 2011 issue of GM High-Tech Performance
Rear End Installation - Punching Your Dance Card
When we last left The Purp, Matt LaRue and Troy Pirez Jr. of ProFab Performance were putting the finishing touches on our Chris Alston Chassisworks rollcage. This month, we were on hand to witness The Purp's rear end and suspension install, two crucial systems that are much more expensive to do twice, than to do correctly the first time. Years ago, adding a fortified rear to a fourth-gen was a real chore, so we shouldn't take for granted how many excellent...
February 01, 2011
February, 2011 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
SSP Coupe Suspension Upgrade - Hassle Free Hookup
Unless you can afford a dedicated race car, your daily driver probably doubles as your track toy. Or you may have a weekend cruiser that you take to the track occasionally. Either way, when it comes time for you to go to the track, you don't want to deal with tire changes, major suspension adjustments, or unbolting and removing components. That is where we've arrived with our '93 LX coupe. We wanted to find a combination of wheels, tires, and suspensio...
December 11, 2010
PRI 2010 Orlando, FL
BMR’s Full Line of 2011 Mustang Suspension Parts
When it comes to the 2011 Mustang, most people think that the only difference between the 2010 and 2011 is the engine and transmission – that is totally wrong. Ford did a fair amount of suspension changes to the 2011 Mustang and while some might be subtle, there are still slight variances. BMR picked up a 2011 Mustang and found this out, knowing they had to get to work on the suspension changes, and that they did. Even the springs and sway bars have ...
December 01, 2010
December, 2010 issue of Chevy High Performance
BMR Level 2 Handling Package Install - A-Body Makeover! We Convert A Straight Line Hauler Into A Corner Buster
It's been awhile since we showcased Robert Varoujanian's '70 Chevelle. When we first introduced his project, it was a skeleton with a few select items that he picked up through the classifieds; the owner before Robert was doing his best to convert this Chevelle into a grudge night racer. Unfortunately for him, a lack of funds and interest left the A-body sitting by the wayside. On the other hand, the good news for Robert was that aside from the missi...
November 01, 2010
November, 2010 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
12’s or Bust – Bolt-Ons help your S197 go deep 12’s
It's almost a given that whenever the '05-newer Mustangs come up in conversation, its enormous size is always a hot topic. That's because the S197 Stangs are larger than any Mustang Ford Motor Company has produced since the '70s. Their size gives them noticeable presence on the road, but also casts doubts to its performance capabilities. We decided to take a couple of S197 cars and flog them at the dragstrip to find out how they would respond to basi...
June 14, 2010
June, 2010 StreetLegalTV
Project All Air Camaro Suspension Update
Now that Project Grandma is finished for the time being, it’s time to roll a different project car onto our Bendpak lift. The lucky candidate to continue the trek under the knife is our Project “All Air” Camaro, featuring a World Products 454 CI – LS7 behemoth....
June 01, 2010
From the June, 2010 issue of Camaro Performers
BMR Coilover Conversion Kit - Ground Control
With the excitement of seeing our Dart 372 sitting on the stand, almost too much to handle, our Project Crossfire Z had its tired and grungy old 140,000-mile heart ripped out for the repower. Unfortunately, sticking your sparkling new powerplant into your tired ride requires a bit more than an afternoon hose-down. If you want to do things right, it's also a time to be prepared for plenty of instances of "while you are at it." Such is the case when we prepa...
June 01, 2010
June, 2010 LSXTV
Ultimate Guide to BMR’s F-Body Suspension
The F-Body is one of the most popular platforms in the history of automotive performance. With that popularity comes a huge selection of suspension parts that makes picking the right ones for your car a real challenge. One of the leaders in F-Body suspension is BMR, but even they have a HUGE selection of different components for the platform. Now we will help you make your decision a little easier – not only will we show you the difference between street, ...
June 01, 2010
June, 2010 StangTV
Inside BMR’s Handling Package for S197 Mustangs
Here at powerTV we often do a really good job of teaching you how to set up a car for drag racing, but what if that is not your cup of tea? Taking turns around town… and enjoying a weekend autocross often finds a way into many an enthusiasts’ agenda. The problem is, most stock suspensions are just not optimized for serious corning. BMR not only makes serious drag suspension, but they are now offering great products for taking lefts and rights. Today we’re ...
May 01, 2010
May, 2010 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
2010 Ford Mustang GT – BMR Suspension Track Swap
As an associate editor of what I feel is the greatest car magazine available today, I am afforded the luxury to go racing on an almost weekly basis. Even though parts are swapped constantly and testing happens all the time, track and weather conditions can change greatly between test sessions, making inconsistent results. At a recent editorial meeting, I threw out the idea to install a street/strip suspension and test it. Although we've done this befor...
June 01, 2009
June, 2009 issue of Camaro Performers
1983 Chevrolet Camaro 4L60E Upgrade - Transmission
We Happily Take Out Our Third-Gen’s’ 80s-Era Overdrive And Shift Into A New 4L60E. While the gas crunch that rang in the ’80s can be held responsible for the sub-200 hp “muscle cars” that were jammed down our throats by the Big Three in those days, it also brought us a grip of new technology. At the outset, innovations such as computer controls and electronic fuel injection that were deemed necessary to lessen harmful emissions and increase fuel mileage...
June 01, 2009
June, 2009 issue of Fastest Street Car
Putting The LS-Wonder On a Diet With BMR
It’s been a few months since our late-model GM project, the LS-Wonder, appeared in the magazine. In the last installment we finally opened up the engine and swapped on the popular F.A.S.T. LSX intake manifold and 92mm "Big Mouth" throttle body. Once we had our little vacuum leak troubles fixed, we were happy to gain nearly 30 RWHP, which was great, but in itself proposed a problem, even before the new intake the car was already quick beyond the NHRA's ...
May 01, 2009
May, 2009 issue of Super Chevy
1969 Chevy Camaro Watt's Link and Torque Arm Kit Install - Getting A Better Handle On Things The Watt's Way
With street performance and handling being the most popular today, stock muscle car suspensions leave a lot to be desired when it comes to corner carving performance. If you have a leaf spring equipped car, spring bond and axle hop are your constant enemies, either on the street, the autocross, and the dragstrip. Even with coilovers and traction/slapper bars, a leaf spring suspension just can't handle a lot of today's modern driving. Seeing a need for ...
March 01, 2009
March, 2009 issue of GM High-Tech Performance
2001 Chevy Camaro Z28 LS3 Dual Disc Clutch & Wiring Harness Install - Fourth-Gen Gen IV
In the February issue of GMHTP, I embarked on an exciting project to replace my 2001 Z28's LS1 with a 480-horsepower crate engine from GM Performance Parts. Down at TT Performance in North Jersey, we got the LS1 pulled and started swapping parts onto the big crate in preparation for installation. However, this is not a direct swap electronically-in order to benefit from the huge airflow...
February 01, 2009
February, 2009 issue of Chevy High Performance
Moser 12-Bolt & BMR Suspension - Quickie 4th-Gen Upgrades
Many projects begin as cars that have already exceeded the budget of the average backyard mechanic. And even then, regardless of funds, you can surely expect to spend two to three times more than you'd expected--assuming you've been fortunate enough to even finish the buildup. With that in mind, our goal was to begin with a common platform well within the average user's budget, namely a Fourth-Gen '99 SS Camaro....
February 01, 2009
February, 2009 issue of Super Chevy
BMR's Wonderful 1971 Chevy Chevelle - Corporate Sponsorship
Editor's Note: Last month, we brought you the results of the first two cars in our Super Chevy Suspension & Handling Challenge, presented by Nitto Tire. This month, we give you the lowdown on how the BMR and Detroit Speed entries did. Next month: Art Morrison Enterprises' 3G Corvette and Air Ride Technologies' '66 Chevelle. Not all companies have a ride at their disposal 24/7. Such is the case with BMR Fabrication. Long known for its super-trick late-mo...
February 01, 2009
February, 2009 issue of GM High-Tech Performance
Who Wants Some? BMR's Juiced GTO is America's Fastest!
Upon release of the 2004 GTO many aftermarket companies were scrambling to figure out how to make a 3,800-pound car with IRS satisfy the demands of the General's army of drag racers. BMR Fabrication was by far quickest out of the hole, placing its order for the Australian built Poncho over a year in advance, and in January 2004 they were among the first in the state of Florida to receive one. BMR's intentions were simple: to make quick discovery of any pot...
January 01, 2009
January, 2009 issue of Chevy High Performance
1971 Chevy Chevelle BMR Fabrication's Level 4 Brake And Suspension Package Upgrade - Turn & Run
We all like a good dose of utility. The more uses we can put something to, the better. A street car is nice, and a strip car is cool, but a real street/strip machine, a muscle car that can both cruise the boulevard and throw down at the track, now that's really something to get excited about. That kind of dual-purpose utility is what BMR had in mind when it developed its Level 4 handling package for A-bodies, only with a twist. This setup is aimed at those...
November 01, 2008
November, 2008 issue of GM High-Tech Performance
Chevy Camaro Z28 BMR Adjustable Torque Arm Install - 1SC-YA
Those of you who remember the 12.4 at 112 miles an hour that this LS1 F-body pulled out last time at E-Town might recall that there were some wheelhop problems on burnout and launch. With one call to BMR Fabrication, I acquired some seriously beefy parts to strengthen the suspension: an adjustable torque arm and BMR's new billet lower control arms. Additionally, it appears that the road-course abuse I've heaped on the stock clutch hydraulics and afterma...
June 01, 2008
June, 2008 issue of Race Pages
The Science Of Suspension
Usually, when people talk about how fast their car is, you'll hear them discuss the specs of their motor, their power-adder of choice, or even their car's weight. But drag racing is about more than raw horsepower. To be able to run killer elapsed times- and stay off the walls - you have to be able to plant that power to the pavement, and to do that, you need a suspension that is up to the task. In addition to having the right hardware, you need the kno...
May 01, 2008
May, 2008 issue of Fastest Street Car
Getting' a Handle
As we have preached in these pages several times before-before you start any project car, it's best to identify the intent of the car before you actually begin building or modifying it. Also, be sure to embrace the fact that while you may have preconceptions as to what you need, what you're thinking may not be the right way to go. For FSC and Sparrow's Buick, we tried our best to follow the credo of "consultation before installation". So far the idea h...
November 01, 2007
November, 2007 issue of GM High-Tech Performance
2001 Pontiac Trans Am Suspension Upgrade - Suspension Intervention
Our '01 WS-6 has been on hiatus for a few issues, but we're happy to report that all is well on the Firebird front. Having completed the installation of a homebuilt 383 back in the January 2007 issue ("My First Stroker, Part 4"), we've logged a few thousand miles in this Trans Am without a hiccup. So far, we have been thoroughly enjoying the car's newfound power and sound, and continue to be pleased with its retained driveability. There have even been atte...
April 01, 2007
April, 2007 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
Improve Ford Drag Racing Suspension - Gotta Get Hook
In almost an instant your Mustang goes from a standstill to an accelerating bullet-the rear tires dig in, the front end comes up, and away you go from the dragstrip's starting line. It's a common theme that thousands of Mustang owners experience virtually every weekend at dragstrips across the country. Drag racing is about acceleration, and the way our Mustangs accelerate is by transferring the power from under the hood through the drivetrain and to the ti...
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