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      09-17-2005, 02:30 PM   #1
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eibach sportlines vs hr springs???

anyone have experience with the two products? dont expect anyone to have experience of both products on their e90s, but maybe perhaps on their/friends e46's??? which one creates better handling, and which one sacrifices less ride comfort? i think im more interested in maintaining my ride comfort, but if the handling in one is REALLY that much better, than i may have to look the other way.
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      09-17-2005, 02:42 PM   #2
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i havent even heard of anyone using the eibach on their e90's. are they available yet. when i think eibach, i always think real sports, maximum stiffness for best performance. maybe im wrong though
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Lightbulb Tire Rack articles

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Originally Posted by jiggax23
perhaps on their/friends e46's?
I was just reading some articles on Tire Rack's site this morning:

Eibach Pro-Kit vs. H&R Sport Spring Ride & Drive

Find related articles in the Suspension Component Testing section. Having read all that, though, I didn't feel that I learned much beyond what I've picked up reading here on E90Post.
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      09-18-2005, 09:44 PM   #4
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I have Eibach Pro-kit on my e46 and really like them. When I get my e90, I'll be trying to make the same choice as you. Based on my experience with the Eibach's, I would lean that way, but there is another post showing an e90 sport with the H7R's and I like the way the drop looks on it.
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If you want stock confort, I'd not recommend H&R. As I mentioned in other thread, the ride with H&R spring is stiffer than stock set up. The ride is more bumpy with H&R.
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