i have a 2004 M3 and have been recently thinking about lowering it just a little bit. i looked into H&R's and found the sport spring which lowers it 1.2 front and 0.5 rear which sounds about right for me. i was wondering what kind of effects, negative and positive, these springs would have on my car. i'm doing it mostly for the look since the suspension is already amazing, but would that slight of a drop make a huge difference in ride quality as far as comfort level goes? will it effect the performance of my shocks at all? i have 18" ///M rims and definately do not want them to rub. i know M3 wheel arches are huge, but does anyone know if they would rub after lowering? thanx to anyone that can help me out!!!
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