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OEM "low slung" springs (archive)

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Posted by Tut on September 26, 2001 at 10:50:08:

In Reply to: Which front shocks, springs to get for touring? posted by Zack Spencer on September 26, 2001 at 10:34:48:

You might want to look at Bruno's website under suspension upgrades. There is info there specific to Tourings. The OEM low sprung springs are said to lower the car less than an inch, be a bit stiffer, and to work well with a number of shocks. I'm going to use Bilstein HDs and those springs when I do my Touring.

Tut
'94 525iT


I want to lower the front end a bit, but also do not want to have too harsh a ride. I have 17 inch wheels and drive mostly on the city. What set up have you tried that gives improved performance, and look, but does not give up too much in the ride department?





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