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Posted by Patrick FitzGerald on April 26, 2000 at 13:44:52:

In Reply to: Anyone know about Koni shocks? a few questions(m) posted by Josh///M3 on April 26, 2000 at 13:13:23:


I just got a Dinan Stage I suspension on my '95 M3. Dinan uses their own springs and Koni struts and shocks. The rear sits rather low, but the front sits about the same as stock, actually. This will lower a little once the new suspension has settled. FYI, the fronts Dinan uses are actually strut inserts and according to my mechanic are a pain in the butt to install (there seems to be a lot of custom work required). Also, the Koni's are adjustable. The fronts are easy, requiring only the turn of a removable knob. The rears are tricky, requiring the part-disassembly of the unit. I have not driven the car enough to test out its capabilities, since I just got back from the alignment shop, but it feels tighter for sure.

Good luck,

'95 M3 Lux

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