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      02-23-2012, 10:00 AM   #1
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2008 BMW 335i - M3 sway + HR sport cup

Hi guys. I just purchased a 2008 BMW 335i and I loveeee the car but would like to invest in some suspension mods soon. The car has 35k. When would be a good time to change out the front sway, springs and shocks, 50k?

I was thinking of the M3 oem 26.5 mm front sway.
http://www.hpashop.com/BMW-OEM-M3-Front-Antil-Roll-Bar-bmw-front-swaybar-e9x-m3.htm

And the HR sport cup

http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/suspension.jsp?make=H%26R&model=Sport+Cup+Suspensi on+Kit&group=Sport+Cup+Suspension+Kit&partNum=3105 4.2&autoMake=BMW&autoModel=335i+Sedan&autoYear=200 8&autoModClar=Base+Model

The BMW dealership suggested extending the maintenance program for 2 more years for 2000. Is it with it, they mentioned new rotors and pads for front and rear run 1000 and 800 roughly and that the rotors are always changed out with the pads is this true?

Does anyone have the HR sport plus M3 sway? This combo will work right?
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Hi guys. I just purchased a 2008 BMW 335i and I loveeee the car but would like to invest in some suspension mods soon. The car has 35k. When would be a good time to change out the front sway, springs and shocks, 50k?

I was thinking of the M3 oem 26.5 mm front sway.
http://www.hpashop.com/BMW-OEM-M3-Fr...bar-e9x-m3.htm

And the HR sport cup

http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/s...lar=Base+Model

The BMW dealership suggested extending the maintenance program for 2 more years for 2000. Is it with it, they mentioned new rotors and pads for front and rear run 1000 and 800 roughly and that the rotors are always changed out with the pads is this true?

Does anyone have the HR sport plus M3 sway? This combo will work right?
No. BMW maintenance=almost no maintenence. You can find replacement parts and labor rates cheaper than at your dealer.
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Do the rotors need to be changed on every pad change. BMW service mentioned this. So every brake job should be pads + rotors + sensors. What is a good place to purchase all of these so I can quote out install elsewhere
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