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M3 Alignment specs (archive)

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Posted by Cannon on September 17, 2000 at 02:23:47:

Anyone have any reccomendations for a daily driven/open track car? I just made my first M3 purchase (used to open-track my Z28). However, it appears that the rear toe is a bit off on this M3. It tracks ever so slightly crooked on the highway.

In addition, this thing definitely understeers more than I would like. How can I get rid of it? Do I need camber/caster plates? Or can I just dial out some of the negative camber in the rear or do I need to go with a bigger rear bar? Any tips appreciated.

Thanks,

Chris


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