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      12-18-2011, 12:49 AM   #75
DemonEye
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I'm curious too, seems a lot of the benefits seem to be towards the older build E9x M3's. I drove my E46 M3 today and forgot how much I miss the feel of that car, it actually takes a little bit of effort to depress the clutch pedal. My 2012 M3 pedal just feels too "light" or "easy" to push down. Will removing the newer two spring setup actually make it a little stiffer to push down? That's what I'm looking for, more resistance. The way it feels now is all I have to do is very gently push down and the clutch pedal hits the floor. Coming from an E36 M3 to E46 M3 to the E92, I want to put in a little effort to depress the clutch pedal, I'm just used to it from the previous M's and miss that feel.