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      04-28-2011, 08:28 AM   #18
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Drives: 2008 E90 M3, 991 C4S, 997 GT3
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Originally Posted by mastek View Post
I ask about the DOT dates on those BFG R1 285s because we had 2 failures on track and they were very odd = no explosions, no tell-tale signs ..... one seperated from its sidewall on the inside of the passenger's side and the other stripped itself to the cord on the outside of the driver's side. They were both manuf. 2007

I ran 32-36 cold and saw up to 44 hot = this was at the suggestion of Michelin's Motorsport Engineer (Michelin owns BFG).

There are some BMWCCA e36/e46 guys that complain about the progressive springs that come with the KW CS and have them replaced with linear springs of the same weight. Can you confim the rate and if they are linear vs. progressive?
CS normally come with linear and V3s come with progressive rate springs I think.

2008 AW/FR E90 M3-SOLD
2013 991 C4S-SOLD
2010 GT3