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      09-23-2013, 11:11 AM   #15
mike-y
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additional front camber will make turn-in more responsive, and "darty" feeling, especially if you run less toe in.

you can increase the front toe-in back to 335i specs if you want to help tone that down (and/or reduce the camber a bit), and if the rear end feels too "loose", you can run a bit more toe-in and/or negative camber to calm that down.

The M3 is setup as a dual purpose street/track car, so the alignment specs are geared more toward quicker turning response and neutral handling, rather than street stability and comfort.
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