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      02-06-2012, 12:00 PM   #1
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Thumbs up FS: Bilstein PSS10 for E90/E92/E93/E88/E82

I have a set of brand new Bilstein PSS10 for E90/E92/E92/E88/E82 @ HKD14,800 only!!! PM me if anyone interested. Thank you.
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      02-06-2012, 11:04 PM   #2
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does it fit the 08 e93?
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      02-07-2012, 01:01 AM   #3
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yes...perfectly.
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      02-07-2012, 01:50 AM   #4
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yes...perfectly.
I can't PM, since i'm new here. Would you mind sending me an email to scflaw423@gmail.com. Thanks!
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Just want to hear some feedback on those who use Bilstein PSS10 under Hong Kong's road? thank you
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      02-07-2012, 10:38 PM   #6
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What's the street price for PSS10?
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      02-07-2012, 11:17 PM   #7
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actually i'd like to hear some feeback myself. I did a bit of research and they seem to be pretty good for day to day driving and is superb on track when you dial it in but it has a mininum lowering of 1 inch and as such i'm not sure if its gonna scrape all over the high speed bumps that we have in hong kong. I hope soikeu can give us some feedback. Thanks
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PSS10 sounds so sweet
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actually i'd like to hear some feeback myself. I did a bit of research and they seem to be pretty good for day to day driving and is superb on track when you dial it in but it has a mininum lowering of 1 inch and as such i'm not sure if its gonna scrape all over the high speed bumps that we have in hong kong. I hope soikeu can give us some feedback. Thanks
It wont, just be careful in some car parks when going down....
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It wont, just be careful in some car parks when going down....
Thanks Harriz

How steep does it have to be before it'll scrape the shit outa my bumper? how about the parking lot at Tuen Muen new town plaza? that ones pretty friggin bad.
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It wont, just be careful in some car parks when going down....
Thanks Harriz

How steep does it have to be before it'll scrape the shit outa my bumper? how about the parking lot at Tuen Muen new town plaza? that ones pretty friggin bad.
Well it depends on bodykit also, it's fine in most, just slower on the down parts. And actually I adjusted it a few times , so the minimum height decrease is actually nothing
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Well it depends on bodykit also, it's fine in most, just slower on the down parts. And actually I adjusted it a few times , so the minimum height decrease is actually nothing
Nice nice, gives me alot more confidence! thanks again. Whens the next meet, i'd love to join u guys for the next meet.
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actually i'd like to hear some feeback myself. I did a bit of research and they seem to be pretty good for day to day driving and is superb on track when you dial it in but it has a mininum lowering of 1 inch and as such i'm not sure if its gonna scrape all over the high speed bumps that we have in hong kong. I hope soikeu can give us some feedback. Thanks
So far so good bro, no complaints. Since installing the kit, I've scraped my car twice at the most? But both times were me hitting the bump too fast, with the latter scraping while existing the breakfast place at Luk Keng. Other than that, I haven't scraped (touchwood) any car parks or speedbumps, all the way from Central to CWB to ICC to Kwai Fong. I did however remove the two "guards" in front of the front tires though.

By the way, I have a stock bumper, no spoiler or splitters in the front.
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So far so good bro, no complaints. Since installing the kit, I've scraped my car twice at the most? But both times were me hitting the bump too fast, with the latter scraping while existing the breakfast place at Luk Keng. Other than that, I haven't scraped (touchwood) any car parks or speedbumps, all the way from Central to CWB to ICC to Kwai Fong. I did however remove the two "guards" in front of the front tires though.

By the way, I have a stock bumper, no spoiler or splitters in the front.
O thats not bad then, how much are you dropped. Also two times only? thats nothing and that gives me much more confidence in getting it installed now haha. thanx man. I was just scared of that huge speed bump i have when going home (I live in NT) so the roads aren't as good as the one's on the island. Also Soikiu, i really want to know hows the Brembo's they look pretty frickin sweet!
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Glad I can help bro but as mentioned (as Harriz mentioned as well) it all depends on how fast you hit the bumps. I know mine is pretty close!!
The Brembos are sweet, one of the best investments I've made. Gives me so much more confidence when I'm out with the guys...
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O thats not bad then, how much are you dropped. Also two times only? thats nothing and that gives me much more confidence in getting it installed now haha. thanx man. I was just scared of that huge speed bump i have when going home (I live in NT) so the roads aren't as good as the one's on the island. Also Soikiu, i really want to know hows the Brembo's they look pretty frickin sweet!
i live at NT too, and have not much problems la, so don't worry lol, i actually always worry the HUGE speed bumps at whampoa more ^^
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Nice nice, gives me alot more confidence! thanks again. Whens the next meet, i'd love to join u guys for the next meet.
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i live at NT too, and have not much problems la, so don't worry lol, i actually always worry the HUGE speed bumps at whampoa more ^^
I'm still getting used to the names, whats whampoa? is it gold coast? I would love to join on the 16th but i have to meet up with some customers that week. Lemme know whens the next meet?
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I'm still getting used to the names, whats whampoa? is it gold coast? I would love to join on the 16th but i have to meet up with some customers that week. Lemme know whens the next meet?
its more kowloon area, than NT... lol...

and keep you posted on the meets
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I love the PSS10 on my e90, however my wife does complain about it being a bit firm. One thing I dont really like is even setting to the highest setting in the front, its still a bit too low for me.
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I love the PSS10 on my e90, however my wife does complain about it being a bit firm. One thing I dont really like is even setting to the highest setting in the front, its still a bit too low for me.
Thats awesome. Whats ur dampening settings at. I heard some recommend it at 5 for daily driving
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3 for the front, 2 for the rear.
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