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      03-01-2013, 05:25 PM   #1
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:: ECS Tuning :: Coilover Install DIY|Ready set Low



Wanting to lower your car but not sure how to install the suspension? We can help! We installed the ST Coilover System on our E92 335i and documented the process! This should help you with installing a new suspension on your car!



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Thank you for the video! I used it to install my KW's confidently. Question though, what is the tool used at 15:25 in the video to tighten the top front strut? I just used an impact, but would prefer to use that tool with my torque wrench.

Also the driver side rear control arm has a sensor. It might be good to mention that in your video.
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Thank you for the video! I used it to install my KW's confidently. Question though, what is the tool used at 15:25 in the video to tighten the top front strut? I just used an impact, but would prefer to use that tool with my torque wrench.

Also the driver side rear control arm has a sensor. It might be good to mention that in your video.
That is called a strut nut socket or cutaway socket. We're trying to get Schwaben to produce them for BMW applications.
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