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Old 03-18-2010, 07:47 AM   #143
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Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Nr Norwich, Norfolk, UK
Posts: 319
My Ride: 2006 M3, 6mt TiAg/Bk
year and body style: 2006 M3 coupe
setup being rated: AST 4200
possible adjustments: Ride Height, Adjustable Rebound Damping, Adjustable Compression Damping
additional components: Vorshlag Camber Plates v2, AST Solid Rear Topmounts, Vorshlag/AST cable adjustors (rear)
wheels: OEM 18's with Dunlop Direzza Z1 Star Specs 245/275 F/R

compression damping: 2/12 clicks.
Rebound: 6/12 clicks front 5/12 Rear

alignment: pending, currently sitting at minimum camber on the Vorshlag plates up front, so about -2 deg, ride height is at 13.5" front, 13" rear

preferred ride style: Sporty and firm, but not bone-jarring
would you recommend this setup: Yes. Absolutely, as long as you're planning to go to the track semi-frequently.... overkill for pure street driving

price paid, including installation: $4100 for everything including new OEM RTABs and Vorshlag limiters -- Installation was DIY -- $50 of shop time

ride comfort: 8/10. Potholes suck, but generally better than OEM -- firmer, but not as harsh. Probably about as good as you're going to get with these spring rates (550 lbs/in front / 650 lbs/in rear)

handling: 10/10. Going to Spa Francorchamps next Saturday, so expect more info then. Absolutely no body roll, and steering response is positive and immediate.

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