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    Advice on E93 suspension moding? (m3 parts)

    Hello, i own a 335 E93 and read a lot about m3 suspension parts been installed in E92.
    Since i have removed the runflat tires i noticed the car became very floaty.
    I changed the m-sport suspension with complete hartge suspension(lower the car a little), but although the handling has improved it is stil much floaty.
    So i consider in these modification and need opinions..

    - Quaife lsd dif
    - M3 front suspension parts( tension struts and wisbones)
    - M3 E92 front sway bar
    - M3 4 rear subframe bushings
    - M3 rear suspension parts( wisbonesand quide arms)
    - M3 E93 rear sway bar.

    As my car is convertible and 200 kgs heavier i consider to install M3 e93 rear sway bar( which is 23,6mm thick) and not M3 E92. What is your opinion?
    The roads i drive have a lot of bumping and i have a fear that the car will loose traction, because the one rear wheel will lift of. Have any of you any issues?
    Should i go with m3 e92 rear sway instead of M3 e93?
    Does it worth to do any other mode for handling?
    What allignement settings should i use after M3 parts?(335 values or M3)?

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    Yes i read it, but didn't answer my question.
    Should i go with M3 e93 rear swar bar or with the m3 e92?
    Is it a case the the car lift the rear one wheel in sharp turns and lose traction?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by chiefsotos Click here to enlarge
    Yes i read it, but didn't answer my question.
    Should i go with M3 e93 rear swar bar or with the m3 e92?
    Is it a case the the car lift the rear one wheel in sharp turns and lose traction?
    Probably the E93 swaybar if it's different?

    If you are worried about the losing traction in a turn you need an LSD.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by chiefsotos Click here to enlarge
    Yes i read it, but didn't answer my question.
    Should i go with M3 e93 rear swar bar or with the m3 e92?
    Is it a case the the car lift the rear one wheel in sharp turns and lose traction?
    up to you but I would not upgrade the rear only the front sway bar. To stiff of a rear sway bar actual hurts traction on these cars. I would go with the E93 M3 front sway bar.
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    LOL just read the thread... Would prolly be cheaper just to put an N54 power train in an m3.. Click here to enlarge DIY labor costs...
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