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Totally agreed. eom (archive)

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Posted by dk on January 07, 2001 at 00:33:25:

In Reply to: M coupe suspension posted by J.T. on January 06, 2001 at 23:04:28:


I have heard a lot of complains about the M coupe's suspension being a decade old. Personally, I do not see anything wrong with it. I have an M coupe and an E-30 M3. I think they handle really well. I used to owned a E36 M3. To be honest, I don't feel passionate about that car.(It suppose to have the newer state of the art multi-link set up). I have read an article about some racer thinking the trailing arm set up is actually better on the track. Every time when I pilot the E30 or the Coupe, I feel like there is something new to be learned, and I will come back appreciating them more. The cars seem to be an extention of me, and I am actually 'driving' the car. No so with the E36. It is nice, but definitely not exciting. In fact, I believed the E30 M3 was pronounced one of ten of the all time great by "CAR" magazine.
Well, just want to express my opinion. Hope you all enjoy the M coupe as much as I have been !





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