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Originally Posted by mcvaughan
I'm curious about how the front roll control system works. Anyone have any information minus the marketing jargon?
This "system" consists of parts that work in conjunction with the stock front anti-roll bar. Dinan tells me that they tried to develop a replacement bar, but the stock one was so good that they could not improve on it. So, instead, Dinan designed some ancilliary parts that increase the stiffness of the front end (I recall a figure of 90 lbs mentioned, although I can't tell you what it measures) and virtually eliminate understeer. From what I have seen so far, it works wonderfully well.
2006 M5 Silver Gray/Silverstone/Madeira Walnut
Dinan Stage 2 Suspension System
Supersprint Race exhaust with X-pipe
1998 M3 Coupe Technoviolet #315 IP/GTS3
JRZ RS, Bimmerworld cage, Racetech halo seat, GC sway bars, control arms, AA headers and 3" race exhaust (loud and proud), etc., etc., etc. . . .