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Old 10-13-2008, 05:22 PM   #1
dave12345
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How is this for M3 suspension setup

ground control coilovers street
ground control rear shock mounts, gc front shock mounts... do i need camber plates? i want to drop 1"
uuc sway bars
rear strut brace
powerflex front control arm bushings
powerflex rear trailing arm bushings

the M3 is about to hit 67k, the back end feels looser than it used to on acceleration, it needs a drop, and i want the car handling better than new. i was thinking of getting a C4S porsche, but i cant part with my M3, so im going to upgrade some stuff.

this is my daily driver (for now) and i will most likely set it up once and never touch it again.

and do i need camber plates? i cant find a definative answer...

oh and anyone have a rough guestimate how much this would cost so i have a figure when i shop around for shops... im thinking 5-6 labor hours? coils 2-3, bushings 1-2, sways 1 hr, being generous
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