Meh no play so far so you lose your bet 🤣🤣.. Looks like it just happened recently. Probably from the abuse from my recent adventures with it. With the money I'll save with this diy its a small price to pay for the fun Ive had. All of them are bad actually. Should be a good winter project.Those control arm.boots are gone. Bet there's plenty of play in there. Those are sole sourced to bmw so they are not cheap.
Ha reminds me of this:Finally getting to this.. been sooo lazy and busy at the same time. Got quoted 1k for an install but I'd like to pocket that cuz thats a lot of money for me.. and this is fun time anyway because its an UPGRADE 😆
Lookin good already..
Funny, wife asked this morning what I was doing as well. I told her Im saving us 1k for labor by doing the brakes myself.. they needed "replacement".. 🤣🤣🤣
Wow that thing looks good in white.. hmmm.. But Im considering the C7 Z06 to park next to my E60 later instead. That thing with a 2.9 whipple and nitrous is a freakin roll race monster.
Didn't want to forget to get back to this. So my last day a Pacific was dry, I had a square setup of 255 tires. Stock rear sway bar and suspension.Would be interested in the bar results...
That all comes from the square setup. Just changing to a thicker front swaybar reduces front traction (i.e. increases understeer).Didn't want to forget to get back to this. So my last day a Pacific was dry, I had a square setup of 255 tires. Stock rear sway bar and suspension.
The car would normally oversteer a bit but with the new bar I would say it is neutral and with a bit of gas to get oversteer. Much easier to drive with a powerful car.