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Old Thu, Apr-17-2008, 10:05:47 PM   #1
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Default Handling problem

hi can any one help?
m3 1995 sallon i have just brought handles fine at low speed but when driven fast it becomes very unstable even more so on a road which is a bit bumpy and up and down. The tracking is fine can any one help please.
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get new shocks (i'd go for koni) if the car has more than 60k miles on it
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Suspension upgrade needed!!!
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get new shocks (i'd go for koni) if the car has more than 60k miles on it
^^ x2. That, and new bushes all around.
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What kind of unstable? Does it feel like it's coming mostly from the front or the back of the car?
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Coilovers! and sway bars! haha
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Old Wed, Oct-24-2012, 04:39:09 PM   #7
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Wheels! May be the wheels are out of round or the tires themselves? Get them rebalanced.
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