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      12-17-2008, 02:11 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by kmarei View Post
it's either the tires are not good
or i think the back tires are not wide enough for the power

but i am always worried when i am cornering fast, that the car will just let go
i never had that sensation in either of the other 2 cars
I highly recommend going to a driver's school sponsored by the BMW CCA where you can learn the limits of your car in a safe environment with experienced instructors. All at $150 to $200 a day.

The M3 has much higher cornering limits than both the Crossfire and the A5.

The M3 will just not let go with DSC turned on, nor will it let the back end get to out of shape.
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