Eibach Pro Kit springs are quite soft compared to most other aftermarket springs. They are designed mostly for street use and amature track driving. They are VERY progressive springs. Which means they start out soft, but get much much harder as the handling limits are reached. Pair them with Bilstein sports, you'll be happy with the results. They are still comfortable enough for street driving.Originally posted by eloff19@Mar 16 2004, 01:47 PM
how are eibach's? i've heard good things but what are your guys opinions on them?
andrew try tirerack - you could at least get some ideas on prices
Yes, and both their low pressure gas and automatic gas dampers are NOT suitable for lowered springs. These are comparable to Bilstein's OE Touring dampers which are also not suitable for lowering springs.Originally posted by Andrewsd1985@Mar 16 2004, 02:24 PM
I have an idea for prices, I've been looking into this alot. Does anyone know anything about sachs suspension components?
is that the only requirement?Originally posted by socalguy@Mar 16 2004, 01:58 PM
okay i have a 328is 1996 w/ sport suspension.
i want to upgrade the suspension, what is the best
set up to get?... so far it sounds like bilstein?
I am looking for a better handling.