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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
I know that wheel shake at certain speeds will sometimes indicate different issues. But I don't have much experience with very high speeds because I rarely go beyond 75. The car runs smoothly up to that and higher, but the other day I had the chance to take her up to 115mph wherein I started to experience a little shimmy-ing. Any guesses as to a culprit? I'm figuring wheel balance, since my ball joints are fine and my CAB's are fairly new. Tie rods, maybe?
Oh, and before you ask why I didn't go all the way, I ran out of road
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That's what a supercharged, headers, long tubed...(*i.e. heavily modded*) Cadillac CTS-V was in for a week ago.
The guy wanted the Cadillac Manager to test it out at 115mph. We legally can't do that, but the Manager was up for a race against one of our e60 M5 or our e39 M5. But I would have gotten into trouble. If we still have our e60 M5, I'm going to see what I can do next month.