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x-brace benefits (archive)

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Posted by Ken ///M3 on September 12, 2000 at 17:10:54:

I've had the x-brace in for a few weeks now and my 98 M3/2 definately feels different. Quicker turn ins, more precise, and reduced direction shift in high speed bumpy corners. Best bang for the buck in upgrade mods and simple to install.

However, I really noticed it coming back from Santa Cruz a few minutes ago. Had to make a sudden lane change and the car felt much more stable at speed. No weaving or bobbing, just a very precise, balanced lateral shift. Braking also seems more controlled. Bottom line is the x-brace makes a great car even better, and it's simple and cheap.


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