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      04-10-2010, 07:27 AM   #1
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Eibach Pro-Kit Lower Springs for E93

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I have an Eibach Pro-Kit for the E93, part number 2099.140, a good price from the sponsors is about $230 new for these. These are E93 unique and a slightly different spring rate than the E92 Springs - something that only Eibach does, many other coilover manufacturers just use the E92 springs in the E93.

I bought these last year for my sunny day E93, only installed the front springs last summer and put about 2000 miles on them, no rain, no winters etc - springs look like new. Rears are still in the box unused and car is going in for a Coilover install in 3 days, so these will be available to ship on April 14th or 15th.


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      04-12-2010, 12:31 AM   #2
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I may be interested in these. I don't think I have enough posts to PM you directly. I have a 07 335 E93.

What was it about the eibach set up that you weren't pleased with, that now have you moving to coilovers?

How was the ride quality with OEM shocks?
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Sorry for the late response, rode well with the OEM shocks, no real complaints with how well they worked and it evened out the ride height nicely with a nice looking drop. Just going to the next level with more adjustability for ride height, I can't really leave much alone, so just looking for a change and something fun to install!

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