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      09-07-2010, 12:39 AM   #1
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Eibach Sportline springs on 335i

I have searched but I couldn't find a definite answer. It seems like there are people running the Sportline springs on 335i's but Eibach's website says it only works for 325/328/330. Can anyone confirm that these work for the 335i e90? I have a 2007. All I see is the Prokit available when I put in my year, make and model. I would like to drop my car a little bit more than the Prokit but do not want to go with the H&R because I keep reading that the Eibach's are more comfortable. I am not worried about performance as much as I am worried about comfort and my personal preference on appearance. Any help would be much appreciated. Oh and not sure if it makes a difference, but I do not have the sport suspension and I do not plan on changing shocks.
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bump...anyone?
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You need to change your shock. It will drastically help the ride quality of the car. the pro kit is awesome as far as ride quality, but with koni yellows its even better. feels more comfortable than sports suspension.

The sportlines should work, I dont see why they wouldnt.,...

Your stock shocks will wear out faster than usual with the sportlines in, making you have to change shocks down the road. Might as well save on 2 install costs by doing it once. you will save a lot in the longrun.
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Ok, if I do not want to change the stock shocks, will I be ok with the prokit? I keep reading that it is ok and the ride quality is better than h&r or sportline. I just want to make sure I don't have to change shocks in a few thousand miles.
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