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Old 02-08-2013, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Alan L. View Post
To answer your question. Yes.

The thicker the bar the firmer the ride will be when going over bumps. Its essentially connecting your front wheels together so it makes sense that it will.

With the F10 Bmw made it too soft to begin with so adding a thicker bar is essentially just bringing it back the traditional Bmw feel. My car isn't harsh as all even in Sport mode. Honestly I like how the car feels going over bumps with the M5 bar more than before. It feels like a nice solid thump where as before it felt loose and bouncy. Keep in mind I also have ACS springs so my ride is already firmer than stock.

Cool, thanks. I'm in an interesting position where I wouldn't mind a more stiff ride in turns, but at the same time I don't want the car to get any bit harsher over bumps. I want my cake and I wanna eat it too.
'15 Porsche Macan S SportDesign | White/Black (Alcantara/Leather), PDK, 20" RS Spyder's w/ Colored Crests & Summer Tires, Air Suspension w/ PASM, High-Gloss Black Trim, Premium Package, Comfort Lighting, HD Radio, Tints.

'15 Mazda 3 i Sport.

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