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      Today, 12:22 AM   #1
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E92 cage design

Hello everyone. So after messing with my rear suspension for a month now and spring rates still arnt what I'm looking for I've decided to it will be easier and safer to do a coilover in the rear. Because of the motion ratio issue with the inboard spring I feel like I'm adding unneeded stress to the subframe. I've contacted gmg about installing a cage and they have been very responsive and easy to work with. The price was also very fair, but I'm not sure about how I feel about the design of the cage. Im also not local to them so thats kind of a pain. I was wondering if anyone has some photos of the m3 gt4 cage. That car utilizes rear coilovers so I wanted to see what the factory designed for it. I also would like to mount the rear subframe directly to it for that magical throttle response and durability. Let me know if anyone has any recommendations/photos. I'm in Seattle and was hoping to get a plan and just have my local welder fab it up but for a perfect cage I'm willing to travel.
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I hope you get what you need. I'm very interested to see the factory design also. Please post pics when you get your beast caged!
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