- Improve the stability and responsiveness of your M2/M3/M4's suspension.
- Replaces the stock forward lower trailing link & rubber bushings with a precision machine black-anodized aluminum tube and racing-quality rod ends..
- Rod-ends are Teflon-lines for quiet operation.
- Replaces the stock rear toe link & rubber bushings with a precision machine black-anodized aluminum tube and racing-quality rod ends.
- Improves response by eliminating the deflection of the rubber bushings.
- Only rear toe links are adjustable. Trailing links are not adjustable.
- Rod-ends incorporate left and right hand thread, which allows quick and accurate toe adjustment by simply turning the aluminum tube. This eliminates the need to struggle with the factory eccentric adjustment.
- Dramatically improves vehicle stability during hard cornering.
- Rubber boots protect rod ends from environmental damage for long lasting performance and removes the need for constant cleaning.
- 2015 - 2020 BMW F82/F83 M4
- 2016 - 2018 BMW F87 M2
- 2015 - 2018 BMW F80 M3
- 2019 - 2020 BMW F87 M2 Competition
- 2018 - 2020 BMW F82/F83 M4 CS
- 2016 BMW F82/F83 M4 GTS
The stock rear toe link is built with rubber bushings and a curved forged alloy rod which can easily flex. During hard acceleration this flex allows the rear wheels to have excessive toe change under hard acceleration and braking. All of this flex in the stock toe link causes the car to be unstable.
Dinan stops the flex by replacing the rubber bushings with Teflon coated machined steel rod ends and the OEM curved bar with a straight billet aluminum rod, thus adding stability. The Dinan rod-ends incorporate left and right hand thread, which allows quick and accurate toe adjustment that is tough to achieve using the stock system. Like the rear toe links the stock front trailing links also incorporate rubber bushings. Flex in these bushings allow the rear wheels to behave sloppily under heavy loads. Dinan adds precision by replacing these links with billet aluminum rods and Teflon coated machined steel rod ends. These front links are not adjustable, because there is no need to doing so.