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Tein S-Tech? Bad life decision. Doing shorter springs without doing shocks? Even worse life decision.
You want to go with a good set of lowering springs that have a great reputation. For an e36, H&R and Eibach both have great reputations. Eibach doesn't have a great reputation on the e36m3 but it's all good though because you got a 325 where they do just dandy.
I'd recommend yo go with H&R Sport springs. They have a moderate drop. if you do springs, the onyl safe bet (as well as smart) is to do sportier shocks/struts as well. None of that "Oh ill do shocks later bullshit." You own a BMW, save up and do it proper.
If you want a really agressive drop you should do H&R Race springs on a Bilstein sport shock/strut or Koni Single Adjustable shock/sturt.
If you want to be smart on both agressiveness and stance, you should go with a good set of coilovers that have not only height adjustability, but also dampening adjustability.....and then corner balance them.
More importantly....eat pizza.
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1995 BMW M3 Turbo - Dakar/Black