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Re: Suspension Gurus: Pls help... (archive)

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Posted by PHAT M3 on October 06, 1999 at 11:31:25:

In Reply to: Suspension Gurus: Pls help... posted by Eugene Ong on October 06, 1999 at 01:15:50:

Bilsteins an H&R street springs....

i have basically NO roll. Car handles very well, much much much better than stock. I also added and x-brace and lightweight M3 strut brace. I do not have aftermarket sway bars. i love this set-up...I doubt I will ever get the sway bars..Tim


: I have a 96 M3 with bilstein sports and the ground control kit ( from eibach). There is too much roll in the corners and the car feels like it's floating. Thinking of changing to H&R race springs to get rid of the float with the RD sway bar kit to take car of the roll. My car actually handled better stock than it does now. Does anyone know the best suspension setup? I want to take the car to the track and i don't mind a slightly stiffer ride than stock. If nothing else works, i will take the car back to stock. Any comments and suggestions will be much appreciated.




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