depends on the ride you want. if you want a sporty feel and performance while still being comfortable on public roads then go with a shock and spring set that suits your interests and budget (i suggest Koni and H&R).
If you are making a track car look into a coil-over suspension system.
but either way get the sway bars, strut bars, anti-roll bars, etc.
search this forum too, the search feature will be your new best friend.
Originally posted by spfdfanatic+Dec 29 2004, 05:09 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(spfdfanatic @ Dec 29 2004, 05:09 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Cruzin 323is@Dec 29 2004, 05:44 PM why did u get a lower profile on the front.. isn't there gunna be a slight tilt?? and wouldn't that make the ride crap?
I assume you are talking to me. I got the wheels and tires as a package deal for $500 bucks!!! I am in the process of looking for some new tires, you think they should be the same all around????
i would get them the same al around, thats just me, cant rotate tires either if they are different.
and why dont autox groups let you use coilover suspension? thats what im wondering?
would get them the same al around, thats just me, cant rotate tires either if they are different
Funny you say that....my Bentley says that there is no need to rotate tires on BMW's...(I shouldn't say ALL, my Bentley is for E36's obviously)...it strikes me as weird and I asked the question to the forum a while back but I don't think I got a response....anyway...something to do with the way BMW's are balanced??? I dont know, I just remember it said it.
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