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      11-10-2019, 04:06 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Malakas View Post
Fellow track rats,

Looking into suspension and pretty much had it nailed down to the Ohlins coilovers with TCK camber plates. I like the single dial adjustability. Seems easy for a car that will be 80% street, 20% track.

But I also like the idea of supporting a die hard track enthusiast that has given a lot back to the BMW racing community... I know on the M3/M4 forums a lot of guys have the TCK setup and love it, Im just wondering how easy it is to adjust.

Any feedback would be appreciated... doing a WRL race at COTA in a couple weeks but my first DE in the M2c will be late Feb, so I have a little time to sort this out, but not a ton.

Thanks!
J.
Personally I wouldn't bother with either you are considering. Skip both and go with MCS singles. They can be pared with spring rates that are comfortable on the street and very effective on the track.