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Lightbulb Lightweight Front Bumper Support 22 lb. Saved

As the Master Warehouse Distributor for Razor's Edge, we have a brand new product for the LX market.

*** Lightweight Front Bumper Support ***





If you are looking to reduce some weight in your 05-10 300, Charger, Magnum or 08-13 Challenger take a look at this lightweight bumper support sold exclusively by Speedlogix built by REM. This bumper support is made of lightweight aluminum.

Features:

  • Bolts up to stock location
  • Revisions to Mount Heat Exchangers and Water Pumps
  • An affordable solution for some weight savings
  • Lightweight Bumper Support weighs in 2 lbs. Factory Bumper Support Weighs in at 22lbs.

This can be for either the Front or Rear or both! Just choose the one you would like!
http://www.speedlogixstore.com/produ...x-lxlc-lbs.htm





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Will work with the Procharger intercooler with no modifications?

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Does this reduce crash worthiness?

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Looks nice!
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how bout some info for the fellas running blowers? I know they drilled some stuff onto my front bumper support.

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how bout some info for the fellas running blowers? I know they drilled some stuff onto my front bumper support.
There are mounting areas on this for that purpose.
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It does add up, and when you can remove weight from the very front of the car, it's a big deal. Here are some pics of the stock LC bumper support on a scale ...



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any idea at all?
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Am I reading this wrong? You are saying it saves 22# but it looks like the stock support only weighs 22#. The unit you show in the first picture has to weigh at least 5 or 10 pounds.

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Am I reading this wrong? You are saying it saves 22# but it looks like the stock support only weighs 22#. The unit you show in the first picture has to weigh at least 5 or 10 pounds.
The photo was taken this morning, it's of the bumper support and liner which weighs 22lbs. He didn't have the original mounting hardware which I believe was another 2 lbs. Our support weighs 2lbs. Either way it's at least a 20lb minimum savings at minimum.

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