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      01-14-2007, 09:28 PM   #1
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hello,

im new to this suspension stuff and was wondering, which is the best set up for suspension out in the market right now? im running a 2007 328i coupe with sports package and i just want the perfect drop with my set of 19s but im not sure exactly which brand or type to go for...it would be great if i had height control as well. is there any brand out there (price not being a factor), where spring and shock combination/coilover that will ride as closely as possible to stock? after reading a couple of posts it seems like the KW v3s are pretty good? lastly, this wouldnt void my warranty would it? any input would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
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hello,

im new to this suspension stuff and was wondering, which is the best set up for suspension out in the market right now? im running a 2007 328i coupe with sports package and i just want the perfect drop with my set of 19s but im not sure exactly which brand or type to go for...it would be great if i had height control as well. is there any brand out there (price not being a factor), where spring and shock combination/coilover that will ride as closely as possible to stock? after reading a couple of posts it seems like the KW v3s are pretty good? lastly, this wouldnt void my warranty would it? any input would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
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any parts you change out, you will not have warrenty for that part. unless if anything happen, you put the oem parts back and bitchy the dealer. if you want to adjust the height, coilover is your only choice. btw, I love bilstein, but I don't know if they have coilover for e92 or not.
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any parts you change out, you will not have warrenty for that part. unless if anything happen, you put the oem parts back and bitchy the dealer. if you want to adjust the height, coilover is your only choice. btw, I love bilstein, but I don't know if they have coilover for e92 or not.
The coilovers are the same for the E90 and the E92.
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