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      12-15-2011, 04:37 PM   #1
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does anyone know what springs will fit an e90 335xi?

I called eibach today and they said they're spring prokit is not applicable with an xi- Has anyone tried putting these on they're xi anyway? Anyone know what sport springs are recommended/best for an xi sedan?
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dont get springs, you need to get yourself a good coilover set...KW Variant 1 work well with the xi
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I just didnt want to spend that much $$ on a set of coilovers because I'm probaly only keeping the car for another year or two...
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My notes say the H&R Sport springs will fit the E90 335xi!

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I just didnt want to spend that much $$ on a set of coilovers because I'm probaly only keeping the car for another year or two...
keep the stock struts/springs and slap some coilovers on it and when it comes time to sell the car put the stock springs and struts back in a sell the coils. Easy as that
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I have the H&R sport springs on my xi right now. They are specific to the xi (higher spring weights I believe, for the extra weight). I'm looking to get a full coilover setup soon, so they may be for sale
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