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    As Rym says The people I know who have them are very happy with them
     
     

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    not a waste of money if you keep your old suspension for swapping back over when you change cars
    imo making the 316 handle and stop as well as it can is a more cost effective way of getting point to point speeds up than tuning for more power
    what i've felt,what i've known
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    Quote Originally Posted by 328mark View Post
    not a waste of money if you keep your old suspension for swapping back over when you change cars
    imo making the 316 handle and stop as well as it can is a more cost effective way of getting point to point speeds up than tuning for more power
    I agree with mark, I used to race my mate in his 1993/4 E36 M3 3.0litre when I had my 1.8 16v engine fitted and I would blow him away on roundabouts and corners but obviously long stretches of road he was gone. Was interesting on the quiet rat run type CIRCUITS

    I had G-Max 60mm sports suspension KIT (Included shortened shocks), Eibach anti roll bars and Powerflex Polyurethane bushes all the way around.

    Brakes were compliments of EBC grooved and dimpled discs and Greenstuff pads also with Goodridge Stainless Braided brake hoses, again these were fitted both front and rear.

    At the time I was also only on 18" RYMs and using Falken FK451 rubber
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    I don't think they're a waste of money by any means. They are exceptional VALUE for MONEY
    im not saying its not worth money spending on it, its a lovely car, but i want to sell it as a cheap nice standard runaround... i only paid 400 for it
     
     

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