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Last Post 10 Jan 2015 04:25 PM by  Homer23
e36 suspension
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aurichbb7@yahoo.com
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29 Jun 2014 08:14 PM
    I have a 92 325is that I autox and dont drive on the street really at all.  I run hoosier 275/35/15 on 15x10 rims.  I have yellow adjustable koni's and h&r sport springs, H&R front sway bar.  I am ready to make some changes now and cant decide if I should move to cheap coilovers or keep running the koni's and get stiffer springs.  Wondering which would be better?, remember this is strictly a track car, and also I picked it up for $400 and as it sits now I have $2000 in it so I am not looking to put a ton of money into it but want my dollars to make a difference.

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    cdres
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    30 Jun 2014 10:39 AM
    Depends on what class you plan on staying in. I am assuming a DSP car? If you plan to stay there, the coil-over setup would not be legal.
    klodkrawler05
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    02 Jul 2014 03:07 PM
    When did coilovers stop being legal in DSP?
    whitecivic
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    02 Jul 2014 05:05 PM
    There legal, rule 15.5 on page 94
    aurichbb7@yahoo.com
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    06 Jul 2014 11:28 PM
    you had me freaking out, I had to go check myself, there legal
    cdres
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    21 Aug 2014 01:15 PM
    Sorry, I was not clear in my statement... in order to run a full coilover setup on the 325is (front and rear) you have to reinforce the upper shock mounting points in the rear. Which would make them not legal in DSP on this car.
    Homer23
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    10 Jan 2015 04:25 PM
    Get stiffer springs. Cheap coilovers won't handle good compared to a quality set of coilovers.


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