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      10-03-2011, 12:27 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by sle39lvr View Post
Here's where I want it to be a little aggressive: Steering. I want more feel. I want more feedback and to be more accurate. So with above mentioned upgrades, would M3 Control Arm set be a good addition? Would I get what I want?
When you say more feel, feedback, and accuracy what do you mean exactly? What is your test for each one?

For example, where I feel "accuracy" the most is on the freeway making very small steering inputs.

I have the arms and noticed a tiny more bit of kickback and road feel, but the steering is still very vague. Also they increased steering effort.

As an alternative you might try the HD bushings that fit in the stock arms. They won't change geometry.
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