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      01-07-2014, 04:39 PM   #1
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FS: Bilstein HD front and rear shocks/struts

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I have a set of Bilstein HD front and rear shocks/struts. They fit E90 series 328i and 335i cars. Basically new: were used for a photo shoot and have less than 500 miles. I purchased them from a retailer on the E90 forum to put on my car, but ended up getting rid of my 328i and no longer need them (we went for an X-drive, which requires a different suspension setup). They are clean; just some marks from install. I believe these have a lifetime warranty as well.

The HD works with the stock ZSP sport suspension: it is a huge upgrade over the stock Sachs suspension, or so everyone says. You want the HD's if you are going to maintain the stock or stock sport ride height. If you are running lowering springs such as Eibach Pro or H&R, then you need Bilstein sport.

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      01-07-2014, 07:03 PM   #2
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were you running with zsp springs? if yes, how would you compare ride firmness to zsp dampers?
AA Stage 2 - M3 control Arms FR - BMW PS2 - Dinan springs - APEX EC-7 - H&R front swaybar - Whiteline subframe inserts
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      01-07-2014, 07:38 PM   #3

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All I can say is I used to run the full BMWPS V2 kit which I thought was both more responsive and comfortable than m sport. Just recently changed to Bilstein B8s but kept the PS yellow springs on. Bilsteins are much better at dampening road imperfections all while reducing squat/dive and roll when compared to the PS dampers. Just a solid set of dampers. I believe the HDs are similarly valved but are not for lowering springs. I'm still breaking them in but I am indeed a fan of Bilstein Monotube now.
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