Thread: RDSport Vs. H&R
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      01-02-2009, 02:46 AM   #12
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Drives: 2009 M3 Coupe, 6MT
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I like the way the car rides better than before. Prior to the install, I would keep the EDC at high mostl all the time because I thought the suspension was a bit soft.... my previous car also had HRs so I was used to the tighter suspension. Now with the HRs, at normal EDC it rides just right. At its highest setting on the 91 fwy, I sometimes have to turn it down because its too bouncy with the bumps on the fwy in certain areas where its not smooth. On smooth surfaces, the highest rating feels like the car rides on rails. On the note about the drop being of diff rates, 1" front and .6" rear, I thought it might change the stance more by making it look at an angle...but, it looks fine. I've come to realize that it is not that the car rides 'high' instead the aesthetics of the wheel wells is what I didn't like... the gap. There is a get together at the Irvine Spectrum this Sunday at 3pm I beleive. You should drive down at take a look.
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