Control over power: maximizing the naturally aspirated engine advantages.
The most recent BMW M and Porsche GT products have made strides in chassis and suspension development as the latest M cars all feature solid subframe bushings and the new 992 GT3 now features a monoball bearing, double wishbone suspension.
The recipe isn't more power, it is better chassis control to maximize the precise throttle inputs only high revving naturally aspirated engines like the S65 can provide.
As a long time owner of multiple E9X M3s, I feel confident in attesting to the limitations of the stock suspension when pushed at its limits. The front rolls and rear starts feeling a bit wobbly and unsettled when encountering bumps in high speed corners.
Clubsport Chassis Modernization with Turner Motorsport Suspension Upgrade Packages
I have worked with Turner Motorsport to offer E9X M3 front and rear chassis modernization packages for the purpose driven E9X M3 members of EuroConnex looking for enhanced driving precision.
Turner's experience with this chassis go back to the bushings and suspension arms they designed and used in their IMSA E90 328i and E92 M3 racecars (GS class Champions in 2011).
Considered a while you're in there modification, the solid bushings are a no-downside enhancement to improve responsiveness of the rear end.
They will solidly fix the rear subframe, eliminating unwanted movement and keeping the rear planted and responsive.
- Made in the USA to Turner Motorsport specifications
- Machined from forged 6061 aluminum
- Fits E90 and E92