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      11-02-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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Front wheel gap fix?

Hey guys.

So I've never done suspension mods so I don't know much but it drives me insane that the front wheel gap is so high compared to the rear. How can I make it looks somewhat even with out messing up the ride. Even better how do I fix it with making the ride even better?

On a side note what do you think is the best mod to make the ride tighter?

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That reverse rake is the worst. If you have some decent milage on your car you might as well upgrade your suspension. Coilovers(spring and shock combo that is made to work with each other and are adjustable height wise and some are compression and rebound ) are your best bet. I have kw v1 their ride is better than stock. They are firmer but not harsher than stock height adjustable so you can get that rake that looks so good on our cars. Any other questions feel free to ask.
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i would leave it alone, according to this forum if you mess with ride height youll ruin the suspension geometry and it will ride like shit. "bmw engineers know what they are doing"
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