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      02-04-2008, 10:43 PM   #1
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Dinan Springs

Any thoughts on installing the Dinan springs on a e92 with the sport package. We all know that the front is a little high in respect to the rear wheel gap and Dinan claims a .5" drop in the front - think is enough to even things out without killing the shocks?
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      02-06-2008, 10:12 AM   #2
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Any one know if the e90 and e92 sport springs are identical? It seems to me that if they are not, this could produce different results in terms of total drop with the Dinan springs.

Any pictures of the Dinan springs on a e92 out there?
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I've have both the e90 and e92 sports on my car. They handle and sit identically.
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they are indentical its same suspension e 92 get sport suspension stock
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Thanks, so than is it correct to assume that a .5 inch drop on the sedan from Dinan's will be the same .5 inch drop on the coupe?
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