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H&R race setup is very stiff (archive)

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Posted by derek on June 15, 2000 at 02:33:17:

In Reply to: ANyone in NY/NJ/CT area have H&R race springs (mor posted by KJ on June 14, 2000 at 18:41:55:

Be aware that the race springs work well on a smooth race track but are not desireable for the street. Especially, if the M3 is your daily driver.

If you want a lower stance than the H&R Sport springs, look into an adjustable coil-over setup. Bavarian Autosport recently introduced a Bilstein coil-over set that is both front and rear adjustable. Springs are OEM'd from either Eibach or Sachs (I could not get confirmation from the BAS salesperson). The beauty of the BAS coil-over kit is that it only costs $1300 as opposed to $1700 or greater for other kits.

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