Now, remember earlier when I was talking about bushing deflection and the resulting suspension slop and wheel hop? Take a look at this video:
You can actually see how the stock bushing moves forwards and backwards as the torque from the engine hits.
Now take a look at this video, which is the exact same vehicle, but with the upper control arm replaced by a BMR piece using a polyurethane bushing:
See how minimal the deflection and thus the wheel hop are now? That was a BMR upper control arm with a polyurethane bushing. But because I’m slightly… off (I’m not crazy; my mother had me tested), I asked BMR to send me their new “ULTIMATE” upper control arm, featuring the largest spherical bearing I’ve ever seen in my life. Allow me to awe you with some fabrication porn: