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      02-01-2013, 12:15 AM   #1
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what is the best suspension mod besides springs to decrease rear sway which happens after taking turns in a 335i e92 coupe? rear strut bar, rear sway bar, front strut bar? best value or brand for this product?
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what is the best suspension mod besides springs to decrease rear sway which happens after taking turns in a 335i e92 coupe? rear strut bar, rear sway bar, front strut bar? best value or brand for this product?
thanks in advance
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Rear M sway with front M sway but rear needs LSD to prevent hop.

Rear M subframe bushings too.

Linear springs w/yellows all 'round.

M arms.

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Stiffer springs and subframe bushings first.
Lot's of info in this forum. A few end users who drive at the track have used a larger rear roll bar and then returned to the oe rear bar due to the reduction in rear grip with a larger rear roll bar.
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Learn to properly manage weight transfer by unwinding steering wheel upon exit of a turn.
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