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      01-07-2013, 12:37 PM   #10
kbsilver
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I have a totally stock base 'd. I drive some harsh, uneven roads and the base suspension does fairly well most of the time. However, over long bumps, it does not regain its composure fast enough and feels floaty at times.

I'm fine with the ride height and was thinking a shock/strut change only might tighten it up- before going aftermarket, (I initially was looking at Koni FSDs) would the BMW sport and/or performance shock/strut combo work well with otherwise a base suspension set up? If so what part #s do I need for the 'd? Any help is appreciated.
I feel EXACTLY the same way. Especially from the rear there is way to little rebound damping. I know BMW had to compensate for the RFTs, but for the life of me cannot why they used the shock valving that they did, considering I understand they test dozens if not hundreds of combinations.

My thinking is to wait till shock replacement time and probably go for a set of non-sport bilsteins.
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