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      12-04-2019, 01:05 PM   #33

Drives: 2020 M2c
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Houston, TX

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Originally Posted by PrimeBMW View Post
Not every shop /reseller can offer MCS. MCS is selective. But a good shop would listen to your experience as a driver, tire and your intended purpose. They provide the spring rates, clicks, etc. One setting for the street and another for the track.
FYI I have MCS singles on my E92 M3 "street" car that sees occasional track time with Hoosier R7. It is more comfortable on the street than stock. Then I have MCS triples on my E46 M3 race car.
I agree with you wholeheartedly... but that kind of MCS specific support is about a 4 hour drive from me, and still I could make (read: strongly encourage) my local shop guys, who are amazing, learn about MCS... Im sure we would get the street and track setups sorted out... but for my current needs I wanted something quick and easy to configure without any second guessing.

That said, everything I have read about the MCS setup is epic, and I would love to try it out. Im fighting with myself about building a E36 Racecar for WRL and would likely use MCS on that car if I go through with it. Building the car all depends on whether a divorce would go hand in hand with the racecar
Ride: 2020 F87 M2C, 6MT Drive: Nine-Four Motorsports
2013 - 3.8L GTR, first DCT
2012 - 5.2L R8 v10, 6MT
2011 - 4.0L E92 M3, 6MT