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      09-06-2008, 07:31 PM   #1
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Eibach Pro System Kit???

Anyone using the Eibach Pro "System Kit" including springs and dampers?

http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/s...780&perfCode=S

I had no idea Eibach had a matched kit? Seems everyone around here matches Koni FSD's with their Eibach springs. But if Eibach has a tuned damper set I'd be pretty interested. (And for $677 it's a pretty sweet price point!)

Any input?
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      09-07-2008, 12:56 PM   #2
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It looks pretty good but from what i hear the fsd's are amazing ride quality
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      09-08-2008, 11:28 PM   #3
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Anyone using the Eibach Pro "System Kit" including springs and dampers?

http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/s...780&perfCode=S

I had no idea Eibach had a matched kit? Seems everyone around here matches Koni FSD's with their Eibach springs. But if Eibach has a tuned damper set I'd be pretty interested. (And for $677 it's a pretty sweet price point!)

Any input?
Depends on what you are looking for. I have the Eibach Pro Street on my 07' 328i non sport and I love it. I have 19" M3 CSLs and my main concern was look; however, the handling is much better which was an added surprise. If you are a track junkie then I would go with the KW based on the posts that I have read. If you are looking for an affordable alternative, great ride, and outstanding looks then go with the Pro Streets.
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If you are looking for a good combo with that spring, I recommend the Eibach Pro Kit/Koni FSD combo. The FSDs are dual adjustable meaning that they are very compliant under normal conditions and automatically stiffen under cornering for improved performance and handling. The great thing about this kit is that you get all of the benefits of upgraded suspension (sportier ride, lower ride height) without compromising everyday comfort.
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So nobody is familiar with the shocks/struts Eibach packages in this kit? I appreciate the FSD advice, but I'd like to save a few bucks if Eibach has packaged a nicely matched spring/damper kit.

Anyone????????
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Anyone using the Eibach Pro "System Kit" including springs and dampers?

http://www.tirerack.com/suspension/s...780&perfCode=S

I had no idea Eibach had a matched kit? Seems everyone around here matches Koni FSD's with their Eibach springs. But if Eibach has a tuned damper set I'd be pretty interested. (And for $677 it's a pretty sweet price point!)

Any input?
The Eibach Prokit Springs go perfect with the KONI FSD. We provide the best deals for those combos, and it's rare to find the KONI FSD & Eibach Springs combo nowadays.
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has anyone done this by now?
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If you are looking for a good combo with that spring, I recommend the Eibach Pro Kit/Koni FSD combo. The FSDs are dual adjustable meaning that they are very compliant under normal conditions and automatically stiffen under cornering for improved performance and handling. The great thing about this kit is that you get all of the benefits of upgraded suspension (sportier ride, lower ride height) without compromising everyday comfort.
I'm running this set-up(KoniFSD/Eibach), and what Nick is stating is absolutely correct. This is a great suspension for a daily driver
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need some info before i install my springs

I have a 2007 335i e90. Bought the eibach pro kit, awhile back now probably gonna buy the KoniFSD's. Am I gonna need anything else other than tools to complete the setup i.e spacers.. camber plates..? I was told sometimes certain cars need extra work making the springs fit right
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Hi,

I have pro system on my car. Springs and dampers. The ride quality is very simillar to ZSP. More stiff with better handling but comfortable.
Car lowers -30 mm front and -25 mm rear comparing to non ZSP car.
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