Originally Posted by cvc 22349a
This is true even with a 13 or 14mm rear bar and why I didn't go with the M3 rear bar. It would be nice if the rear of my car felt flatter but not at the expense of increasing throttle oversteer, which is a little harder to modulate w/a turbo car.
Agreed in full. The BMW turbo engine feels relatively linear on the street but on the track it is not; modulating the throttle is a skill set in itself. An LSD helps tremendously with control.
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