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      07-11-2008, 08:49 AM   #1
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How many of you guys are running TC Kline ???

I plan on doing a suspension setup in the near future along with a custom tune (Dinan, Vishnu, etc) but from my understanding TC Kline is the way to go for all BMW's. After coming out of a E46 M3 coupe the suspension on this car is a lil soft "aloof" perhaps...any feedback would be appreciated
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      07-16-2008, 12:15 AM   #2
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Got it, love it, makes the car a track beast.

On the street, it is a bit harsh at slower speeds but is quite a bit better than stock at higher speeds. Best way to describe it is that it makes the expansion joints a lot less harsh.

Camber plates are noisy and unnecessary unless you are tracking the car. On the track, the plates are indispensable.

hope that helps!
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It's one of the best set-ups out there! If you are going to track your 335i, get TCK D/A coil-overs!
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Got it, love it, makes the car a track beast.

On the street, it is a bit harsh at slower speeds but is quite a bit better than stock at higher speeds. Best way to describe it is that it makes the expansion joints a lot less harsh.

Camber plates are noisy and unnecessary unless you are tracking the car. On the track, the plates are indispensable.

hope that helps!
I believe TCK has corrected some of the issues with earlier setups with regards to noise....someone correct me if I am wrong
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I believe TCK has corrected some of the issues with earlier setups with regards to noise....someone correct me if I am wrong
Noise issues were related to the shocks.

The plates are noisy regardless. metal on metal. I called Mr. Kline and he informed me that there's nothing that can be done.
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