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      05-15-2013, 01:22 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by d-burn View Post
I've been looking at the stage 1 and stage 2 dinan suspension systems for '11 e92 XI (don't think there is a stage 3 for xi), but they both employ stock front struts. Wouldn't this cause the struts to wear much faster due to the performance spring/stock strut combo? Or did they dinan design the springs for xi in such a way that it will work well with stock strut and not negatively effect the wear rate on the stock strut?

Any insights, or personal experience?
Strut wear and tear is more related to spring rates. I imagine the reason why Dinan is using the factory structs up front is because they are already robust enough for the new springs. Dinan is very careful like that, especially since they are providing up to 4 years of warranty. I would not worry. They do a lot of R&D to ensure safety.
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