Originally Posted by VSmotorsports
When I saw the E46 M3 rear shocks for the Road&Track kit the bottom bushing was rubber. On the JRZ kit they used a mono ball bearing. So it may seem the road&track is better for those that are mostly street. Not that it is a good way to go off comparing but just a small deatil in differences. I would like to wait to see and drive in a Road & Track set up car first.
I kinda have an itch to get something now, but I have to wait till the Ohlins stuff comes out, I used their stuff on my bikes and they are simply amazing products. I have pretty high expectations. I have tried KW CS and Moton SS on my M3, both kits were just OK for my needs. I need a good dual purpose set up.
I had ordered JRZ RS set up, but that would have killed my daily commute, so I cancelled it, plus there were some issues with the vendor.