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      03-20-2013, 12:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by John_01 View Post
^^ This is what you need to get good steering response. Especially the front control arms. It does two things, 1) Adds some negative camber, 2) Firmer bushings on the front control arms add tactile feel to the steering (The way it should be on a BMW). For these two reasons the M3 arms totally transform the handling of the car. Firmer shocks and front sway bar are also a good idea - So do that at the same time.
Thanks for clarifying John, the only issue I have noticed after doing this is ....I CAN't drive a car with electric steering...it feels dead....has anyone else noticed this??....lol
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