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      10-27-2010, 10:27 AM   #1
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Need to drop my lower my car

Hey... new to this site. Have a 328 with 19 inch m6 reps and need to lower my car. As you can see there is way to much space. I'm not great with cars, any suggestion on springs or kits
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also a good place in NOVA to get them installed
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      10-27-2010, 10:55 AM   #3
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If your just looking for springs, Eibach and H&R Sport springs are the most popular
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use H&R sport
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I'd suggest going with H&R Sports, Eibach Prokits or B&G S2s.

Just depends on what you're end goal is.
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dont get eibach if your concerned with the gap, i have sportlines and still have an inch in the front and a half inch in the rear. it may be cause i have 18s but still not the drop i expected.
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What's your budget on lowering your vehicle? I ask because there a ton of options out there for you. If you're on a budget I would recommend that the Eibach Pro Kit Lowering Springs as it does maintain a comfortable ride quality while still lowering your vehicle. If you're going to do it right, I would always recommend that you pair up an aftermarket spring with an aftermarket shock. The KONI FSD w/ the Eibach Pro Kit Lowering Spring Combo have been extremely popular as it does maintain a comfortable ride while improving the handling of your vehicle dramatically. I can't shoot you over a PM due to your low post count so shoot me over an email at Alan************.com and I'll get you some more information!

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does anyone have a Koni FSD + Eibach PRo Kit set up on their 335i w/ 18" wheels? I would like to see how low the car looks after installing the kits.

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