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      01-30-2011, 10:48 AM   #9
SenorFunkyPants
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Whereas my e46 M3s definitely understeered and no amount of tuning the camber, toe and tyre pressures could get close to removing....my E92 M3 shows no tendency to understeer whatsoever. In fact when I read the threads where folk want to put bigger tyres on the front or the back or both I have to stop myself from asking why they would want to disturb the near perfect balance the standard set up provides.
Maybe my car is in the sweet spot for set up but I never worry about front end grip when pushing the car to the limit only about correcting oversteer.

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