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Have to agree, that Eibach is good also. (archive)

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Posted by Alex Argyros on January 26, 2000 at 18:35:44:

In Reply to: Not Dinan, but Eibach set. This is why (528 only) posted by Stepan on January 26, 2000 at 18:20:12:

: : AllanS:

: : Perhaps you want to start with the Dinan
: : swaybar only. It will "wake up" the car on
: : turns. www.dinanbmw.com

: : Alex
: : '97 540iA with practically Dinan
: : everything. WAS ORIGINALLY A NON-SPORT.

: : : Just abandoned my A4 for a lovely hardly-used '97 528i (non-sport). While pretty happy with the car, I find it a bit soft. Anyone supply a coilover kit for this car - preferably with adjustable spring perch on the shock body? I don't want too much lowering (bad past experiences with the A4 here!). Archives don't have alot. Any advice/experience?? Many thanks.

: (i) Dinan disatvantage: Dinan makes only rear anti-sway bar (17 mm). Price: $300 with RUBBER bushings, whih do not last long.

: Dinan advantage: it is adjustable.

: (ii) Eibach advantage: front and rear bars (27 mm /18 mm), front adjustable, urethane bushings. Price: $429 at Tire Rack.

: Eibach disadvantage: can not think of any.

: Stepan.




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