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      10-30-2013, 02:43 PM   #199
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xi/xDrive Suspension Compatibility List

- M3 Rear Sway Bar
- M3 Rear Bushings (2 of 33312283382 and 2 of 33312283383)
- M3 Rear Guide Rods
- M3 Rear Upper Links
- M3 Rear Lower Camber Kit
- M3 Front Strut Brace

- BMW Performance Front Strut Brace (with aftermarket intake)
- BMW Performance Springs
- BMW "i" Sport Springs

- Cross Front Strut Bar

- UUC Front And Rear Sway Bars (xi version)

- Hotchkis Rear Chassis Brace

- KW Coilovers Variant 1 & 3 (xi version) (v1 10220048 coupe/sedan, 10220049 wagon)

- AST 4100 Coilovers (custom order through HP Autowerks)

- H&R Rear Sway Bar
- H&R Bushings
- H&R Sport Springs (i and xi)
- H&R Race Springs
- H&R Coilovers (xi version)

- Eibach Pro Springs

- Bilstein B8 Struts/Shocks (xi version)

- Stainless Steel Brake Lines (xi version)

- Any e9x Rotors


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* Staggered setups work
* The rear of the "xi" is the same as the "i"
* The M3 front/rear bushings are not compatible with UUC front/rear sway bars
* All e9x compatible spare tires work
* I take no responsibility if any information is inaccurate
Does any of you guys tried M# rear sway bar on 335XI? I have a question about bushings, OEM 335XI bushings will not fit M3 sway bar since it is bigger, will OEM M3 bushings bolt on to 335XI? I'm having a dilemma, and talking with my mechanic, and he is saying that M3 bushings wont bolt on on 335... Anybody had this issue? Or maybe have part numbers for bushings?
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Sorry for the newbie question but I can't find the eibach springs for a e90 335xi, the only ones are for the 335i. Will these (2092.140) work on the xDrive http://www.**********s.com/Eibach-Pr...90-E92-E93.htm
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I don't really care much about ride height. Looking for improved ride and handling. After hitting some bumps on the interstate and taking some turns it feels mainly under sprung to me. Between the shocks and rft, shocks seem stiff enough.

Any thought?
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I don't really care much about ride height. Looking for improved ride and handling. After hitting some bumps on the interstate and taking some turns it feels mainly under sprung to me. Between the shocks and rft, shocks seem stiff enough.

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Here's a thought: xi with Bilstein HD and stock springs review
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I appreciate the suggestion, but it isn't going to do much for mid corner lean or highway float.
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I appreciate the suggestion, but it isn't going to do much for mid corner lean or highway float.
Really? Fixed those problems for me, even my track instructor was impressed. Have you driven another car with them installed and found them not to be what you wanted?
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