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      01-17-2017, 01:15 PM   #8
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Drives: e92 m3
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Originally Posted by roastbeef View Post
you're going to somewhat have to "relearn" driving the car, because now it has more turn-in. are you used to lifting to get more turn-in? start paying attention to your track driving habits. and aggressive lift with camber plates will cause oversteer (as well as a few other situations).
That's a great point. I believe I preferred a bit more neutral of a car that I could have better control over bringing rear out on a lift or trail brake. I imagine it's also preference? Maybe -2.8 camber up front with zero toe or a hsir of toe. But less toe than I have now would work.