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matteus
Fri, Jan-21-2005, 02:29:00 PM
hi,
I'm new here, I looked around a bit on the forum, great community here!

I'm not yet the lucky owner of an M3 :bow: , but a friend of mine has an M3, and he was wondering the following:

He finds the car absolutely fabulous, it drives like a dream, etc. But everytime he takes people with him in the car, they always say: damn this ride is though.
So he was wondering if there are any aftermarket/bmw adaptive damping systems around?

If someone knows anything about this, could they tell me where and how much?
Any advice would be great.


I'm in Europe, Belgium.

thanks very much,

matteus

Beowoulf
Fri, Jan-21-2005, 02:36:05 PM
There are a few suspension kits with adaptive control, Tien and Moton but they will not really give you a comfy ride. This is not a Mercedes or a Lexus. It is a sports oriented toruing car so you have to either live with it or get new friends that appreciate the car. :D

nrubenstein
Fri, Jan-21-2005, 03:05:28 PM
he shoudl tell them to shut the **** up and try to follow him in their camry if it bothers them that much.

Sirius
Fri, Jan-21-2005, 03:39:50 PM
Its a rough ride for a reason. As stated before, this isn't a limo. Its a sports car designed with sport in mind.