Originally Posted by ciomas
Might be a bit to hard...
The car is quite tail happy which was to be assumed. Especially with the Quaife in place.
But that's hardly the problem.
I have a feeling the suspension is not doing its job.
Feels as if the springs are doing most of the work before the dampers get a chance to properly engage in the process.
The dampers have not been revalved
That's what I meant by not enough damping force in the rear. I love the sound of those Ohlins dfv dampers and agree the kit rear spring rate is too soft for a modded 335 and not tuned for flat ride, but I just couldn't bring myself to buy the kit, buy new springs and have the rear shocks revalved to dampen an appropriate rear spring rate. Appreciate your honest feedback
2007 E90 335i, TiAg, 6AT, ZPP, ZSP, ZCW, 6FL, HD
Quaife lsd, ETS fmic, GIAC s/w, Dinan intake/exhaust/oc, KW/GC/M3/Meyle susp, Apex Arc 8, Mich PSS