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      07-11-2008, 04:18 AM   #1
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Need helps with Coilover / Springs

hey guys, I'm in the market for a new coilover or spings for my 335.
But i'm not sure which brands are good for my ride.

Basically i'm looking for a smooth ride when i'm lowering my car.

Need your help and inputs.


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      07-11-2008, 11:16 AM   #2
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We are all happy to help, but please search first
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Just for every day driving, Koni FSD & Eibach is a good choice. If you're looking at coilovers, any of the KW coilovers is a great choice.
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I just installed a set of KW version 2 coilovers and they are outstanding... dropped my car about another inch (from sport height) and the ride is softer, yet more stable.

If I had the money, though, I'd go for the Bilstein ride control coilovers =P Straight up pimpin'
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thanks guys.

I guess i will go with the KW coilover V2; since a lots of ppl here got the KW.
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I just installed a set of KW version 2 coilovers and they are outstanding... dropped my car about another inch (from sport height) and the ride is softer, yet more stable.

If I had the money, though, I'd go for the Bilstein ride control coilovers =P Straight up pimpin'
haha... yeah that's so pimpin.
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KW V2 will be my top choice if I have the budget. Another good choice to me is the ST coilovers since I live down south. However, you live in Canada so I would not recommend them cuz they might rust over time.
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kwv2. the ride is almost unchanged from stock. slightly stiffer, which i prefer.
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