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      10-01-2020, 04:09 AM   #1
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Looking to sell my current setup as I am looking at other options (Want to go lower). I have Bilstein B8's and M-sport springs. These were installed a little over a year ago and have around 9,000 miles on them They are currently still on the car So I will provide photos later. This setup is nice as there is very little to no drop but feels sporty. I will leave the top hats attached and include all hardware so the fronts will be ready to install.

Update: $600 shipped w/springs $500 shipped without springs


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      10-01-2020, 12:50 PM   #2
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Are those eibach sway bars as well? I'm thinking about going to the same exact setup with my M-sport. How did you like it compared to stock?
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Are those eibach sway bars as well? I'm thinking about going to the same exact setup with my M-sport. How did you like it compared to stock?
IMO this setup was too soft. If you dont track the car this is a great set up. Its not too hard but still feels sporty. On the track however, you can feel the it a lot more as the car dives and sways. I had eibach springs with these struts and really liked that combo for a 4-5 track day a year car that will also do 10-12k miles a year of driving. I swapped out the springs because they dropped the front of the car more than the advertised 1". In Los Angeles the driveways and roads are generally garbage and I was scraping everywhere and thats with going in at a angle. The eibach sway bars helped a lot though. Going to coil overs soon.
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Hi, Where did you get the shocks from? Do they come with any warranty from where you bought them by chance?
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Hi, Where did you get the shocks from? Do they come with any warranty from where you bought them by chance?
I believe the fronts were from bimmer world and the rears from fcp? I can look into it. Around the time I was getting these Bilstein had a world wide shortage which is why i had to shop around for these.
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Weekend bump! Price/shipping costs updated. Want to get these moved.
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Bilsteins

These arent any lower than stock height?
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These arent any lower than stock height?
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These arent any lower than stock height?
Not any lower than stock hight with the sport springs.
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How does this compare to your stock setup? What was stock? M-sport?
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How does this compare to your stock setup? What was stock? M-sport?
The struts I replaced were blown by the time I bought the car, So the stock M-sport suspension was spongy. The bilsteins were great and brought back some life into the ride.
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How does this compare to your stock setup? What was stock? M-sport?
Not my ad, but for reference or independent opinion: I had stock sport/m-sport set up and switched to these. Currently on Bilstein B8s and stock sport springs (90Kmiles), and love it. It feels great for daily. I didn't NOT like the stock sport shocks/struts, but one was leaking and the boots on two others were blown, so decided to go ahead and upgrade.

The new B8's feel little more planted. Less bouncy over bumps, but not at all jarring. I very much like the ride when cruising, in traffic, or having fun. I don't have any other suspension changes.

No height or stance change from stock shocks/struts to B8s.
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I just messaged you. I’m local and I’m interested.
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