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Re: Best spring set-up for Bilstein sport suspensi (archive)

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Posted by s on October 04, 1999 at 07:33:20:

In Reply to: Best spring set-up for Bilstein sport suspension posted by Gene on October 04, 1999 at 01:49:41:

: Hey guys, I have a 96 M3 with the bilstein sport suspension and eibach coilovers (ground control) wanted to lower the ride height but keep the original feel of the handling. however, i think the springs are too soft for the car, there is alot of body roll and movement when cornering. The car feels like it's floating and it doesn't handle as well as it used to with the stock springs and shocks. I will keep the shocks as i know they are pretty good, but i was wondering if any of you could suggest springs that will make the car handle tighter then stock. I don't mind a rough ride, not race track bone jarring hard though. My friend suggested H&R race springs as opposed to the sport springs. Any comments and suggestions are welcome. Thanks for the time.

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