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      04-28-2007, 01:14 AM   #96
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Originally Posted by E(@M# View Post
two entirely different machines with two entirely different purposes...the stiffer suspension, etc. attest to this....

FYI.... braking is not better....but a moot point, as 3 feet is not for perceived speeds vs. reality...the m3 is more stable, imo...(i have spent considerable time on the highway in a 335i....4 hour road trip)....
3 feet is not much? 3 feet is still 3 feet better than the m3.

m3 is stable yes in corners, but as for comfort the 335i has much more softer suspension, and at higher speeds you do not feel it as you do in a M3 since the suspension is a lot stiffer.

I stated this because he said " And the M3 at 175 feels like the 335 at 150 " Which is deffinatly not the case.

My point was to the guy that I quoted. So lets not get this into another "OMG my m3 owns your 335i"
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