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  1. M3 critical suspension/chassis mods? 
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    Hi all,

    I am getting new coilovers for my 3.0 m3, and as the old lot has to come out I might as well refresh the old bushes and carry out any important mods.
    What would you guys recommend (in number of importance) is the most critical bushes/mods for light track work.

    I still need to buy the bushes so if you know where I can get a good deal plz spread the word.

    Cheers in advance

    Daz
     
     

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    front wishbone and rear trailing arms for starters.

    The rest after that are a lot harder to fit, and less effect too.
     
     

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    and make sure you buy and fit some 'Rogue' RSMs (rear shock mounts)
    That totally made my M3 handle better.
    Also doing RTABS without the special tool is a major PITA (if your old rtabs are brand new like mine were)
    Powerflex ones are what I fitted
     
     

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