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Old 02-12-2007, 11:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I own a 95 M3 and I have recently turned it into my track car only. So now that I dont have to worry about the stiff ride for daily usage I need a major suspension upgrade.Ground Control Suspension Systems This is the kit that I am currently looking at. I am almost positive I am going to get it but i am curious as to everyone elses thoughts. Thanks a lot for any input people can give me
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I own a 95 M3 and I have recently turned it into my track car only. So now that I dont have to worry about the stiff ride for daily usage I need a major suspension upgrade.Ground Control Suspension Systems This is the kit that I am currently looking at. I am almost positive I am going to get it but i am curious as to everyone elses thoughts. Thanks a lot for any input people can give me
another great track suspension is tckline...
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TC Kline is indeed also a good brand name.


That setup loks greats. What spring rates were you going to go with?
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TC Kline is indeed also a good brand name.


That setup loks greats. What spring rates were you going to go with?
Man i met TC Kline last year at VIR for the final grand am race, he was our teams pit chief for the race...hes a complete ass but has good products... lol
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Old 02-13-2007, 09:35 PM   #5 (permalink)
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thanks you guys for the input
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I own a 95 M3 and I have recently turned it into my track car only. So now that I dont have to worry about the stiff ride for daily usage I need a major suspension upgrade.Ground Control Suspension Systems This is the kit that I am currently looking at. I am almost positive I am going to get it but i am curious as to everyone elses thoughts. Thanks a lot for any input people can give me
i heard GC was not good for track something to do with a joint or something. ill look it up. TcKline is much better.
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Please find that info stat, because I am gonna but my setup within the next week or so, THANKS
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Please find that info stat, because I am gonna but my setup within the next week or so, THANKS
ill go look for thread on bf.c right now. but i guarentee you TC Kline is better
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Ground Control is just perfect. You probably heard an isolated incident.

Although TC Kline is pretty baller.
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Dude you have a GC coil over kit, Do you like it or not?
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Dude you have a GC coil over kit, Do you like it or not?
lol no i dont, thats why i said go with TC Kilne, i wish i had.
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