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      08-29-2011, 08:51 PM   #23
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I thought AST did not make 4100s for the E9X M3?
It's a custom kit by HP Autowerks, Inc. to fill the void between just lowering springs and the high end AST 4200 or 5000 series.

It is really not that much different than the 4200 except the lack of compression adjustment and none aluminum rear dampers.
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      10-02-2011, 04:34 PM   #24
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Please PM a price for a complete AST 4200 kit for my E90 M3.

Do you have recommended height and alignment settings based on experience with these?
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      10-03-2011, 06:16 PM   #25
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Please PM a price for a complete AST 4200 kit for my E90 M3.

Do you have recommended height and alignment settings based on experience with these?
and compression and rebound settings?
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and compression and rebound settings?
Each car is different and so is the driver. Different spring rates as well. You will have to determine your own settings through testing, adjust and re-test. There is not one setting that will work for everyone.
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Each car is different and so is the driver. Different spring rates as well. You will have to determine your own settings through testing, adjust and re-test. There is not one setting that will work for everyone.
no baseline or starting point rec?
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Harold! next time 100% I"m going to try these but I don't think on my BMW.

maybe on Porsche or something
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no baseline or starting point rec?
Depends on your spring rates...what are you running?
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Any of these left?
Yes, one more set left!
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