Originally Posted by tlp
Not disputing the quality and the R&D. I have driven TCK SA & DA setups with the e46M3 as well. They just priced themselves out of the market for this application/solution. I have tried to justify it for myself (Currently using KW Sleeve Overs) and I simply cant
I understand you completely, the price on these is high but again, their camber plates are just a work of art, very well built and hold up very well when beaten, something to consider if tracking the car. I wanna say TC Klines were designed trying to get the most out of your stock shocks on the track without going with a full coilover set up. KWs are more of a street set up that probably works "ok" on the track, no choice of springs and no camber plates. IIRC the TC Klines are easy to upgrade to a full coilover set up if you decide to go that route later. Ground Control also has a very good kit that's considerably cheaper than TC K.