In Reply to: Suspension replacement posted by B. Wheaton on August 17, 2001 at 01:14:34:
Rear subframe bushings
Trailing arm bushings
Diff bushing (or the whole M-Coupe cover)
This stuff can really tighten up the car. Along with new guibo, center bearing, u-joints, tie-rod ends, and the stuff you are doing, this would make your car feel brand new.
Say I decide to replace all shocks, springs, swaybars, control arms (and bushings), add camber plates, add Z3 rear shock tower reinforcements, and install all TMS reinforcement kits. What other items are recommended for addition/replacement at the same time? This is a street car that will see a driver's school / car control clinic now and again and MAYBE one autocross a year - no other track events are anticipated.
For about the same amount of money the above items will cost, I can get a complete Bilstein coilover kit or a full JStock setup, but I don't want a harsh ride on the street. A little help please?
Thanks and take care.
1989 E30 M3