Now, for trackdays I agree on them being too soft. I’ve done lot of trackdays on them and will swap for bit more hardcore KWV3.BMWZ4MC wrote: ↑Mon Dec 02, 2019 12:18 pmFor a while, I ran Eibachs / OEM dampers with as much negative camber as possible at the front. I found that improved track behaviour over the OEM setup. However, tram lining was a big problem, especially with 19” wheels, and the handling remained somewhat unpredictable (hence making the changes I’ve listed above).
However, trackdays are not on the table here, but everyday driving. Which at was my reply.
More tramlining sounds weird - did you still have 1mm toe in upfront? With maxxed camber, you might need even more.
Here, maxxed out camber wasn’t a demand either.
Michael wont get more tramlining out of just changing the springs, but as I found, a significant ride improvement.
So - simplest solution for better everyday driving - Eibach Pro springs