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Old 12-29-2012, 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by rudyrov View Post
The Z3 has no adjustment for anything but "toe" for the front wheels. Everything else is factory set. If anything is off from its spec, you have either bent or worn parts.
Oh, I believe you. The Z4 front suspension is the same, except if you pull the alignment pins on the top of the strut housing, which are only used for initial factory installation, you can adjust the camber.

The Z4M uses the same front suspension (modified of course) as the Z3 (E36) and a modified E46 rear suspension. I looked in my WDS and it does not list the E36 cars.... I did look in the TIS and one of the repair steps for the E36 is recalibration of the SAS.
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