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Old 07-11-2004, 05:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i want to lower my bmw 99" E46 328i
anyone got any good ideal to lower it?
i wanna get a lower springs....is that a good ideal to low down the car?
i just wanna lower down the car same like 330ci
any springs suggestion?


beside the spring i need to get, and wut eles?
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Old 07-11-2004, 09:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Wrong forum...you're not selling or buying anything, this should be in the 3-series forum.

You'll need springs and possibly shocks...but I'm not the expert on this, particularly for the E46.
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go for lowering springs... www.bavauto.com has a set for less than $200
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bavarian spring ?grrmmm are they trustable?
and except the spring i need, wut eles i need to get?

do i have to change the shock mounts too?or somethings like that?
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Check companies like Spax and Apexi for varying levels of suspension upgrade.

There is always the (expensive) options of hydraulics and air suspension.

If that's not low enough............. pop your tires!

At some point you will suffer from the wheels rubbing inside the arches, and the only way you'll beat that is to fit tiny little lowrider wheels.... which look shit.
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