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A long time ago, I wise man told me to disconnect the rear sway bar when I hit the track. I didn't for the first few years because my car setup wasn't ideal, but finally this year, it felt like the car could use it. I had it disconnected a few weeks ago at ASE, and the car was transformed - Thanks for the tip
1992 BMW 325i (CHUMPCAR #296 - build in progress)
1992 3.0L M52 325i (ex-daily driver - track car only)
2002 330Ci (ex-daily driver - sold!) Check out my e36 track car build
Instead of making smart ass comments, some of you should learn how to drive.
I have read all of Ross Bentley's books and I am pretty sure I know what I am talking about.
You know what you're talking about? Big difference from reading a book to putting tires to pavement with seat time. Everyone at the track that day sucks? who claimed to be a professional driver for a living? Everyone needs to learn somewhere, no?
03 AW on LSB M3 coupe, BMW motorsport 4.10 Diff, AA Exhaust, OEM CSL rims, Aero Res, TMS subframe, powerflex bshgs, Macht Schnell, Vorsteiner diffuser, TMS steel lines etc..
Complete Comp Pkg Upgrade