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      11-28-2011, 12:52 AM   #27
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Drives: 2007 328i, 1998 328i
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Location: San Francisco Bay Area, California

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Originally Posted by cvc 22349a View Post
You already replaced the most important rear link; this would be next. I doubt you'd need the M3 upper link and guide rods unless you're experiencing rear wheel hop under hard acceleration..
I have not felt wheel hop so far. I fear my car is not powerful enough to do that.

I have felt what seemed like toe out on the outside rear wheel. I was in a sweeper turn and applying moderate throttle. Tires weren't complaining, and somehow it didn't feel like slip. It was very creepy.
2007 328i ZSP. M3 suspension: custom valved Bilstein shocks, Hyperco race springs, M3 lower control arms front and rear, M3 sway bars, and M3 subframe bushings. E46 front guide supports. Euro tail lights.