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      02-06-2015, 02:17 PM   #1
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bc racing extreme low kit e91 07 bmw 328i wagon

Hey guys,I have a 07 bmw 328i wagon NOT an xi.. Can anybody tell me which kit do I need for my vehicle. Do i need the one for coupes or convertibles.
BC racing extreme low.
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E91 and E93 (convertible) should be the same.
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E91 and E93 (convertible) should be the same.
What? No.

IF there is any cross-compatibility it will be with the E90 (sedan).
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What? No.

IF there is any cross-compatibility it will be with the E90 (sedan).
All suspension parts on rwd e9x are the same. The only difference is the slightly stiffer rear spring for e91 and e93. So yes, they are compatible.
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All suspension parts on rwd e9x are the same. The only difference is the slightly stiffer rear spring for e91 and e93. So yes, they are compatible.

Great its better to go with e93 than due to the weight. I am looking to slam the car tire In the fender, do you recommend going for optional springs with the extreme low kit?
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All suspension parts on rwd e9x are the same. The only difference is the slightly stiffer rear spring for e91 and e93. So yes, they are compatible.
Considering that almost every other thing about this generation is different than what you described I found it hard to believe that would be the case, so I spot checked a few items on realOEM and sure enough, it all seems to be the same.

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Great its better to go with e93 than due to the weight. I am looking to slam the car tire In the fender, do you recommend going for optional springs with the extreme low kit?
Honestly, don't slam the car. It ruins handling (Look up roll center) and makes the car pretty much unusable as a DD. I lowered my car when I installed the coilovers for an inch, even then it was scraping on almost eveything, and had to raise it back 1/2 inch so my exhaust and front lip won't scrap on ramps and ditches. Maybe it is bad roads we have here at Midwest, but I just don't know how you stance guys are able drive these slammed car on public roads.
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Considering that almost every other thing about this generation is different than what you described I found it hard to believe that would be the case, so I spot checked a few items on realOEM and sure enough, it all seems to be the same.

My bad.
It's all good. We all learn something everyday.
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