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Old 02-12-2013, 11:28 PM   #34
Pete_repete
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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: NY
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My Ride: 98 Civic, 02 M3
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Originally Posted by MJLavelle View Post
Is your car lowered? Is that why you are looking at adjustable control arms? Or, do you already have the TMS arms? If so, do you like them? Were you able to get the adjustment you needed? I did not see anything on their site about them being designed to collapse in an impact, like the stock arms do, so that made me hesitate a bit. I always like feedback from people who actually have the parts, so I can hear what their experience was like.
I have the tms arms on my e46 m3 right now, when I bought the car, I noticed one arm was bent and I had the same arms on my previous e36 m3 and I loved them. I have not heard of them collapsing on an impact. With the tms arms you get plenty of adjustment, I'm not sure of the numbers but there is definetly plenty adjustment. I would recommend them. If you do buy them, get the bushing end, this helps with harshness and noise.
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