A simple fix for the rear end of our 152,000 mile E92 M3?

As this project has gone on we've isolated and fixed many flaws with the car, but it's become more and more obvious just how poor the rear end suspension is! The car has stability on the rear axle, meaning lack of traction and exaggerated movement when pushing on.

Many people upgrade the subframe bushes on these cars, but being high mileage we wanted to investigate a cheaper fix, the easier to change rear suspension arms. Could this cure the problems we are having?

Parts Changed:

Rear Toe Arms - 33322283549 x2

Upper Wishbone - 33322283545 / 33322283546

Front Guide Rod - 33322283547 / 33322283548