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      11-16-2013, 03:31 PM   #174
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Drives: 2008 335i MT
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Asheville, NC

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Originally Posted by ashmostro View Post
Alignment / camber I bet. Get your toe back in spec to help with the stability, and set up more negative camber up front relative to rear. Whatever you set your rear to, try to get one more negative degree up front relative to that- that will help with turn in and balance.
I agree. Another set of components you might want to add are the M3 control arms and tension arms for the front suspension. It helps make the front end and steering more precise. Handling and response is better overall for me...but now I notice the mushiness of the rear suspension bushings more than before! The tighter front brought out the weaknesses of the back...or just made them more noticeable because I can drive faster inn all turns now. Ah well.
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