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      11-12-2007, 12:51 AM   #18
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Drives: 2013 328i
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Phoenix

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Unless you have a 335, get rid of the rft's. A 330 only has 220 ft/lb of torque. The heavy rft's are hard to turn. I just put on toyo T1R's. It's like I got a new car again. Bumpsteer is gone (which was beyond terrible before), it no longer follows every groove in the road, and the 1-2 shift hesitation is almost gone. It's great!! And of course handling and comfort are vastly improved!! If you have a 335, there's enough torque to compensate for everything else. But if you have a 330, 325, or 328 then get rid of the rft's. It's the best thing you can do for the enjoyment of your car!!