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      03-26-2010, 10:06 PM   #1
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e90 and e92 sport suspension the same?

I currently have an e90 (330i) and am looking to swap out my non-sport suspension for an OEM zsp suspension. My question is: are the e90 and e92 sport suspensions interchangeable? In other words, would e92 springs and shocks give me the same drop (roughly 0.6") as e90 sport springs & shocks?

I've searched thread after thread but have been coming up with conflicting information. It seems like the question has been asked numerous times but there is no consensus? Anyone know for sure? Thanks!
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It was my understanding that they are the same and even have the same part number. Check realoem.com to be sure tho.
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I believe the suspension (springs) are the same, since the H&Rs sport/race springs are interchangeable for the e90, and e92 .
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I believe the suspension (springs) are the same, since the H&Rs sport/race springs are interchangeable for the e90, and e92 .
So, in that case the e90 H&R cupkit theoretically should fit a e92 without any problems?
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So, in that case the e90 H&R cupkit theoretically should fit a e92 without any problems?
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