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      12-06-2012, 06:46 PM   #4
Pig Farmer
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Capri -- There are several threads on this topic and thousands of opinions. Breeze did a good job summing up the benefits of non-RFTs and pointing out some of the limitations you can expect with the stock suspension. IMHO you should at a minimum consider swapping out your sway bar for an E92 M3 sway bar. The M3 sway bar will help reduce body roll without sacrificing comfort. I would also pull the pins in the strut towers and max out your negative camber. You'll only get a couple 10ths of a degree of additional negative camber, but doing this will help you retain some of your steering percission (especially since you are going +1 on your tire size). These minor mods will pay for themselves through improved tire wear, but keep in mind that finding the perfect balance can be a slippery and costly slope. Good luck!
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