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      11-08-2010, 06:00 PM   #23
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Ground Control Coil-overs.... just because I have them
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      11-08-2010, 07:32 PM   #24
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Hey sorry it took me so long to reply I was on vacation and had no internet. Anyway thank you for the input and to answer the budget question im looking to spend any amount up to 6-7k on coilovers and the car will be used on the street and track about 50/50, with my planned mods it will be around 450+hp at the wheels and LSD is one the next planned upgrades as im already having traction issues at 375hp so any suggestions on that would be greatly appreciated as well I'm also im looking at Hotchkis sways. Im pretty new to the beemer scene and most of my friends and their knowledge revolves around imports so thanks for the input.
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Coil overs aren't going to help with the traction issues. And at $6-7K you can't afford the Motons, Íhlins, or JRZs. AST is your only choice.
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LSD will help the traction issues
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      11-09-2010, 01:55 AM   #27
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TC Kline is very much catering to the street/track scene and will custom match your spring rates and shock valving for your specific application. They tend to use Koni 3 way adjustable shocks and eibach manufactured springs. The quality is top notch and they stand behind their product. My cousin has these on his Dinan M coupe and they are incredible.
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