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I know this question has probably been asked alot. Anyways I own a 93 325is and was wondering what is everyone's opinion on the best brands of shock and springs to look into? Some people tell me to get Eibach pro kit but I read on other forums that the Eibach kit actually sucks and will mess with the camber?? Is this true? Also if I just want a lowered look could I just stick with springs and use the stock shocks or will this totally screw up the suspension? I want a spring and shock set that will have a sportier feel and not have my car bounce around like the damn rice rockets. Also where can I find a good deal for a spring and shock set? Thanks to anyone that can help me out

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Probably the reason this topic has gone unanswer.. cause its been killed many many times already... but to beat a dead horse... H&R and bilstein are the best IMO.

Search around.. do a search on the forum, you might find some cool stuff...

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Probably the reason this topic has gone unanswer.. cause its been killed many many times already... but to beat a dead horse... H&R and bilstein are the best IMO.

Search around.. do a search on the forum, you might find some cool stuff...

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Or H&R and Koni. But yes any suspension thread has this info in it. And yes the Eibach springs suck, there is a thread on the matter active right now. I believe it is even called Eibach Springs....
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