View Single Post
  #2  
Old 09-08-2012, 04:52 AM
Pinecone's Avatar
Pinecone Pinecone is offline
M Mad
Location: Maryland
 
Join Date: Apr 2002
Posts: 10,480
Mein Auto: M Roadster/M3
No specific years. The 02s had some issues with rod bearings, but all should have been fixed.

Pads and fluid and GOOD cool down is all that is required. I run Turner Cool Willy pads. I can drive them to/from the track and never had any on track fade. I run Castrol SRF as a fluid, but you need to do a few laps of the paddock after coming off the track even with it. Motul 600 RBF was worse.

SS brakes lines help the pedal feel. I did the BimmerWorld solid calper bushings. They are nice, but I can't say that I noticed a uge difference.

I find that I prefer the car set up with the same size tires all around. You can do so with some negative camber in the front. Which the car needs anyway.

Easy way to get some, is to swap the front hats. When you change the shocks (which is they are stock, you should), put the left strut hat on the right and vice versa. Then install the struts with the arrows pointing forwards toward the center / \ This get about 1.5 - 2 degrees negative, which is good. More is better, but requires camber plates.
__________________
Terry Carraway

'95 Alpine M3 LTW
'00 Dakar M Roadster
'02 Topaz M3
Red/White SRF #4 (Chassis 561)
Reply With Quote