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Thread: How to avoid spinning out

  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsifLicious View Post
    Not yet! Haha I rear ended someone
    http://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/sh...7#post28217807


    1/4/2015:

    Quote Originally Posted by AsifLicious View Post
    I don't feel like the brakes on my M3 have enough stopping power or "bite" to them. Is this something that new racing pads will fix or do I need a whole new braking system? And if new pads will work, which ones would you guys recommend
    http://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/sh...9#post28204119
    Last edited by EricP; 01-09-2015 at 07:55 PM.

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    super sleuths itt.

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    I respect that he had the nerve to ask on a public forum.

    There is some good advise here.

    RESPECT is paramount, whatever you are doing.
    If there is anyone else on the road/sidewalk, etc, abort ALL forms of silliness.
    If you can ONLY hurt yourself... then... that's a risk you could chose...

    You will lose control again. It's inevitable. It's part of learning.
    Parking lots and winter.

    An auto will never be the real drifter though. It's too full on/off, not enough throttle/torque control finesse.

    RESPECT at ALL times is the PRIME RULE

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    Thank you for bumping this. It was an entertaining read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsmith25 View Post
    Thank you for bumping this. It was an entertaining read.
    +1. Also, looks like the OP moved on to an E82 (for a curiously short period of time) then an E92, but is having some of the same "issues". I don't believe he bought the car with a bent control arm for one minute.

    https://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/s...ght&p=29634881

    Last edited by RightYouAreKen; 06-20-2017 at 01:43 PM.

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