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      11-04-2012, 12:29 PM   #1
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Talking KW V1 vs others-- for 328xi

So I want to get a set of coilovers in the spring and am debating which one I should go with. Ive heard KW makes ST coilovers and the only difference is that KWs are stainless steel (also not sure if ST makes a kit for xi) Is this pretty much the only difference? The KW V1s are obviously pretty expensive ($1600) vs the STs ($950) and others. I dont want to cheap out but i also dont want to over pay if I dont have to. Any suggestions on which I should go with?
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ST doesnt make an application for the xi. I would recommend also looking into H&R coils.
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