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      02-20-2011, 03:16 PM   #10
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Pictures turned out great! Appreciate the mention in the article.

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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.
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