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What kind of driving will you be doing? (archive)

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Posted by Randy Walters on March 23, 2002 at 01:20:05:

In Reply to: Springs posted by Noel on March 21, 2002 at 09:06:24:


What springs do you guys recomend. My car is completely stock, what's one of the first mods you guys recomend for
a completely stock 89 M3.

There's a lot of ways you can go with your
suspension from mild to wild. Do you want the
car to ride nice and handle a little better or
do you want it to handle way better at the expense
of a decent ride? My choice would be to use a
Ground Control spring kit with Koni adjustables.
That way you can choose your own spring rates to
suit the kind of driving you'll do and still have
the option of setting your ride height and
changing your spring rates later on (or seasonaly)
as you see fit. It's been my experience that
Bilsteins aren't up to the task of controlling
rebound on H&R Sports or Eibach Pro Kit springs,
while the Konis are (especially in back).

Randy



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