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Chris in Traverse City
01-29-2001, 11:28 AM
Going to driving school in May at a long, high speed road course(4.4 miles). I've used my stock 325i(no rear spoiler) at shorter tracks without noticing any loss of rear downforce(max speeds around 90mph in the short straights). Should I look into an after market spoiler or even a stock one? Any input is appreciated.<p>Chris in T.C.<br>

Shelby
01-29-2001, 04:48 PM
<i><br>Going to driving school in May at a long, high speed road course(4.4 miles). I've used my stock 325i(no rear spoiler) at shorter tracks without noticing any loss of rear downforce(max speeds around 90mph in the short straights). Should I look into an after market spoiler or even a stock one? Any input is appreciated.<p>Chris in T.C.<p></i><br>It's nothing you must have. I doubt the straight away even on a 4 mile track will be long enough to get much over 115-120. A better investment would be a set of racing brake pads or A032R Yokohoma tires. Even bone stock you will have a blast! <br>

Dilberto
02-03-2001, 04:54 AM
<i>The stock iS lip spoiler works ok, but if you are a hog for dowforce- look into the M-Technic, or Alpina spoilers. If your thirst for stick is like riding on rails, then the M3-type wing should suffice.<p>Zach<br>---<br>Going to driving school in May at a long, high speed road course(4.4 miles). I've used my stock 325i(no rear spoiler) at shorter tracks without noticing any loss of rear downforce(max speeds around 90mph in the short straights). Should I look into an after market spoiler or even a stock one? Any input is appreciated.<p>Chris in T.C.<p></i><br>


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