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      08-21-2012, 07:33 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by blutattoo View Post
I like the thought of the M3 bit's but have heard mixed reviews about the front suspensions components when it comes to understeer on the track. I read a couple of posts that suggested it actually increased understeer in autox even though it made the car much flatter when turning. I'm not sure it would make me quicker on the track, but probably a vast improvement over stock during normal spirited driving.

I guess if you consider BMW has a multi-million dollar r&d budget. The suspension bits are about as good as they're gonna get.

What about coil-overs or spring/shock combos? The M3 parts will break the bank for me, but it'll be nice to have something to shoot for.
I think the increased understeer is due to folks putting on the E9x sway bar on stock suspension, especially the E93 sway bar.
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