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      02-20-2011, 02:16 PM   #10
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Pictures turned out great! Appreciate the mention in the article.

Originally Posted by rldzhao View Post
The EDC module only needs to be plugged in in the trunk? Nothing for the front?
Only 1 module is required for the vehicle.

The KW modules require one at each rear shock, with a 3rd module pigtailed under the hood. While the trunk modules are rarely seen, IMHO the underhood one is a bit unsightly to the eyes.

The Macht Schnell module is installed in the rear at the EDC-K module in the passenger side behind the trunk liner - hidden from view as well as completely transparent from diagnostic equipment. A mini USB port is also integrated if there are any software changes implemented in the near future from BMW.

Also with the KW swap, we finally now have a set of OEM EDC vs EDC ZCP shocks/springs we can now finally compare for reference.