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    @Dzenno - M3 Suspension Bits & Wheel Hop

    You started a thread on e90 about problems with wheel hop. Were you able to cure the wheel hop with these:

    M3 Aluminum Rear Guide Rod Set
    M3 Aluminum Rear Wishbone Set
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    I'm planning on getting these along with:

    M3 Control Arms
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    to tighten up my suspension. @Former_boosted_is is also wondering about this as well. F e90 for banning you.
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    I think the adjustable rear toe arms will get rid of this and torque steer.

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    Moved to 3 Series chassis.

    Also, you can't tag in thread titles @dzenno

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    Getting the m3 rear suspension bits did improve the situation A LOT but didn't in its own entirely solve it. What has solved it is dialing in the rear and front coilover dampers on my KW V2s. Search up weight transfer as it pertains to launch. Basically you want to set your rear coils to FULL HARD, and rear to FULL SOFT to allow for proper/sudden weight transfer to happen at launch which, along with the rear guide rods, sticky tires (i'm now on Nitto 555R 275s on the rear daily) and an LSD, eliminate wheel hop.

    In addition to all that, raising the car up a little on the back will be a lot better for your launches as well due to the geometry of the independent link suspension on the rear.

    And NO, you don't need to spend 4k on JRZ or Moton coilovers, which by the way are a race track item, to daily drive, launch and have fun with a 500+lbft car Click here to enlarge they're better coilovers no question about that but the additional money won't be justified unless you're a road coarse junkie and need to revalve/change your suspension setup heavily from one event to the next...more features than you need is just that and more money
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blisstik Click here to enlarge
    I think the adjustable rear toe arms will get rid of this and torque steer.
    I bought the velocity rear toe arms and they already wore out at 3000 miles!!!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ultimateracing335i Click here to enlarge
    I bought the velocity rear toe arms and they already wore out at 3000 miles!!!!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ultimateracing335i Click here to enlarge
    I bought the velocity rear toe arms and they already wore out at 3000 miles!!!!
    How did you realize they we worn out? I have the same units and wondering.

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    Nothing wrong with OEM M3 toe arms, especially for the street...adjustable is really overkill for anyone who isn't a hardcore road coarse junkie
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    Nothing wrong with OEM M3 toe arms, especially for the street...adjustable is really overkill for anyone who isn't a hardcore road coarse junkie
    I may be wrong, but aren't the M3 toe arms different from the regular E9x models? So they're not a direct swap.

    Hmm, I have Rogue Engineering toe links at home, to be installed in a couple weeks. They're selaed, so I hope they don't wear out too quickly!

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    They're different AND a direct swap..thats what i have...talking about REAR
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by badass335 Click here to enlarge
    How did you realize they we worn out? I have the same units and wondering.
    You can pull the wheel in and out about a 1/4 inch on the toe link side. They went out of business so hp motorwerks cant warranty them, so now they sell rogue engineering toe links. I just ordered new heim joints that are hopefully better than the ones velocity used to replace the the worn ones.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    They're different AND a direct swap..thats what i have...talking about REAR
    I thought only the upper links and the guide rods were a direct swap in the rear?

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    I just said that. Yes, they are a direct swap
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    I just said that. Yes, they are a direct swap
    You cant swap the toe links unless you change to the m3 hub.

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    No its the link in the back.

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    Ok then in that case i didnt touch the toe links...its the above parts that i mentioned plus coils full hard rear, full soft front that will take care of wheel hop along with sticky rubber and an LSD
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    Ok then in that case i didnt touch the toe links...its the above parts that i mentioned plus coils full hard rear, full soft front that will take care of wheel hop along with sticky rubber and an LSD
    Thanks Dzenno!
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    In my case, the toe links made a huge difference with regular driving on the highway. It gave my car a real unsteady feeling before i replaced them. I have the upper, lower and toe links changed as well as m3 bushings, and lsd. I have a thread on the other forum from a while ago documenting the issues i had and what i did to solve it.

    In a nutshell, i thought it was suspension so, bought Ohlins, swift coils, m3 bushings, lsd, upper and lower arms and then finally toe links which resolved my side to side tramlining issues at highway speeds.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by badass335 Click here to enlarge
    In my case, the toe links made a huge difference with regular driving on the highway. It gave my car a real unsteady feeling before i replaced them. I have the upper, lower and toe links changed as well as m3 bushings, and lsd. I have a thread on the other forum from a while ago documenting the issues i had and what i did to solve it.

    In a nutshell, i thought it was suspension so, bought Ohlins, swift coils, m3 bushings, lsd, upper and lower arms and then finally toe links which resolved my side to side tramlining issues at highway speeds.
    Thanks for your input. I have the toe links at home, waiting to be installed in a couple months. They're by Rogue Engineering sold by HPA. I hope they will withstand track use and also the salt in our winters!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Autobahn335i Click here to enlarge
    Thanks for your input. I have the toe links at home, waiting to be installed in a couple months. They're by Rogue Engineering sold by HPA. I hope they will withstand track use and also the salt in our winters!
    Let us know how you like them.

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