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      10-02-2012, 08:38 AM   #1
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H&R sport springs, are they all interchangable?

Will couple springs fit on sedan? Does AWD matter as well? I know there are bunch of diff part numbers for these springs but i swear i've read that a lot of them are compatible? I have an 09 Xdrive coupe. Wondering what HR sport springs will fit?
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You looking for http://www.**********s.com/HR-Sport-...-and-WAGON.htm. at the bottom they have a chart with the model numbers you want. As most will say you will want to buy struts while your at it. Me I'm running an 09 328xi with hr sports and stock just fine.
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How long have you had them on your stock struts? It still rides decent? Got any pics?
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So from that list it looks like any spring that starts with 50494 will work right? I've read some where that the last digit is not important? LOL when i go to purchase on that link it doesnt even show 335xi as an option. Not sure why they have to make it so damn confusing. Im pretty sure most springs are inerchangable on the non m?
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I've only had mine on a week or so and the ride is very stiff. I feel every bump and its a hard hit but the suspension recovers quickly. there is almost no body roll though and it no longer nose dives when braking. i will be checking into my bump stops though because they may be the cause of my stiff ride. as for pictures it hasnt been nice enough to take any good ones and i hate taking pictures of my car dirty but i do have this one:
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Thanks for posting that. I wish there was a solid way to either lower the front of those another .5 or even raise the rear .5. I cant handle the reverse rake.
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The skirts are actually level to the ground. I know what you mean though, but if you look at most other cars you'll see tat the front usually has more gap.
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Thanks for posting that. I wish there was a solid way to either lower the front of those another .5 or even raise the rear .5. I cant handle the reverse rake.
Supreme perches lower the front an extra 1/2 inch
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