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depends on how high the demand is for springs etc. =D...hopefully within 3-6 months...im ancy to mod my car but not right wen i drive it off hte lot ;)
 

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If this kit is just the springs (assuming from the price)...do you think that we will see the tell-tale bounce of the car after a year or so using this spring kit?
 

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If this kit is just the springs (assuming from the price)...do you think that we will see the tell-tale bounce of the car after a year or so using this spring kit?
Sorry, I don't know any technical data about the spring rates (before or after lowering). All I know is the four original dampers have large diameter (35mm) pistons, and the rear dampers is vertical and not angled unlike Mazda6's.
 

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Am new to cars. Has anyone tried lowering the stock suspension of the M3? Do advise.
 

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Nuvada said:
I'd wait for the Eibach's, or better yet, we need to talk a company into producing an air ride for these babies
And good custom suspension installer can make you a set. Not very many imports have "kits" made for them. They are usually 100% custom.
 

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is rather expensive. I know someone who got custom air-ride in his C230, and had the fenders worked on to fit 20x9s.

It rides ok... i much rather have a good set of struts/springs or coilovers.
 

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Hi

Am new to cars. Has anyone tried lowering the stock suspension of the M3? Do advise.

Hi Seth! I saw your posts on the Protege board too. You should read at least the first post in a thread before you repeat it. I also suggest the search function to find things, then post.
 

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black3s said:
Hi

Am new to cars. Has anyone tried lowering the stock suspension of the M3? Do advise.

Hi Seth! I saw your posts on the Protege board too. You should read at least the first post in a thread before you repeat it. I also suggest the search function to find things, then post.
Wow! I'm all warm and fuzzy inside now. Another Evil MOD in training! :oops:
 
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