Eh, I don't think any stock car that I can afford has a suspension good enough for how I like to drive my car. But, I think as far as stock cars go, BMW does do everything very well. But they have different people than me in mind when they think who is going to be driving this car. Especially when they are new.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Torque @ May 9 2005, 09:07 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'>Welcome to the biggest sausagefest on Earth... you can run from us now, but sooner or later -- we will hump you.
modified or OEM+ as we call it...OEM+ is adding options from higher models that you cant afford so you get the lower model and add the higher end model parts and save some cash, and get an argueably close competitor...like getting a E30 325i and slapping on the iS rear diff, throw in a S52 and an E30 M3 suspension and brakes...whahlah...its not "modified" its OEM+
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