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      03-06-2009, 11:35 AM   #1
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M Sport suspension - same as ZSP?

I have been reading through the threads and there is confusion as to whether the suspension parts and settings are the same or not. I am guessing that it's the same since the rest of the world didn't have the ZSP option. However, I have heard the possibility of spring rate differences and other tweaks. With the seriously crappy roads in rural New Hampshire, I am pushing it with ZSP suspension so anything stiffer is a deal breaker for me.

Also, do we know if the front spoiler is lower than the ZSP as I don't intend for the car to be used for snowplowing.

Any help would be great as I am about to pull the trigger and really hoping the M Sport is going to work.
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      03-06-2009, 11:37 AM   #2
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No idea about the M sport suspension, but it's been discussed here before that a front spoiler will be a bit lower than without, but not significantly so.

Edit: That said, the stock front lip on an E90 is pretty damn low as is and I have the rash to prove it - GAH!
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It's the same suspension.
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It was different in the e46, but is the same on the e90 model range...
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In the US it is the same suspension.
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cool - thanks guys.
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Well the big difference is that, apparantly the M-sport suspension is free if you order the LeMans Blue!
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Well the big difference is that, apparantly the M-sport suspension is free if you order the LeMans Blue!
Not possible. where's that info source?
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+1... from my understanding!
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In the US it is the same suspension.
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Not possible. where's that info source?
LOL - it was a joke like this thread:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...=237000&page=4
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Same suspension in the US no matter if you order ZSP or ZMP. The front is really not noticeably lower, just a half inch or so. Just have to be careful pulling into steep driveways and such.
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