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      07-19-2019, 09:03 PM   #9
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Drives: e82 1M, e30 325e, f15 X5 40e
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Tri-Cities, Washington

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1986 BMW 325e  [0.00]
2011 BMW 1M  [0.00]
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If you find the car tail happy, and already have camber plates to increase front negative camber, consider a larger front sway bar. It will help increase rear grip. I run 0.5 degrees more negative camber up front and have the M3 convertible FSB. It turns in beautifully, and is very well balanced in neutral at the limit on my square set up. Overall I have found the optimal grip and treadwear at -2.7° camber in the front and -2.2° camber in the rear.
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K&N panel filter, ER chargepipe, AD engineering FMIC, Mad Dad midpipe, Lightweight Ti axleback, MHD Stage 2+, F10 550i clutch, Ohlins Road and Track, Vorschlag camber plates, M3 convertible FSB with Turner adjustable links
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