Most cars made today (including BMWs) have understeer built into them. This is intentional, as it makes the masses feel a little safer if they take a hard corner. If your car is stock, then you can't possibly be feeling oversteer.NEWBIEFANATIC said:I've been reading a few threads, and it seems as though BMW's are notorious for understeer. However, isn't RWD=Oversteer???
I mean when i'm taking a corner i can definitely feel the oversteer, so wheres all this understeer i've been hearing about?
Not necessarily. There are other very important variables other than hp. Driving style, suspension setup, weight distrobution and tire pressures all play a very big role.nate328Ci said:
He is right though
Yes, that is a bold statement. Granted it is much easier with the M under the bonnet, but still. Oversteer can occur on an M52TU E46, especially if modded.And with a e46 non m3, I doubt you are having a problem with power on oversteer.