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Old 12-16-2012, 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by sle39lvr View Post
Wish someone could confirm this..
If you were blindfolded on a deserted island and your life depended upon it, you couldn't tell the difference. The difference in steering feel is marginal.

What's more important is road feel (suspension tightness, handling in twisties, not steering) and what you need to know is this:

If you want superior road feel than your E90, you need to buy a used E36.

If you want equal road feel to your E90, you need to buy an F30 with the sport suspension.

If you want less road feel but a more comfortable ride than your E90, you need to buy an F30 with the standard suspension.

If you want the ability to change road feel on-the-fly, you need to buy an F30 with the Adaptive M Suspension.

With the steering questions, you're barking up the wrong tree. It's the F30 suspension that's markedly different than the E90. That's where your focus should be.

BJ
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