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      03-04-2013, 02:55 PM   #23
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Are you willing to part the springs?
No, I'm selling the set whole.
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      03-04-2013, 03:18 PM   #24
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No, I'm selling the set whole.
Ok, thanks.

Also, just to be clear, this isn't the suspension you posted here is it? Because the picture you posted is the exact same on both threads but they are listed for different models.
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Ok, thanks.

Also, just to be clear, this isn't the suspension you posted here is it? Because the picture you posted is the exact same on both threads but they are listed for different models.
I'm using the same picture but they look identical anyways. ZCP struts are firmer and ZCP springs are lower by about 10mm.

I have a potential buyer inquiring about my E90 ZCP struts only. If the struts are sold, do you still want the ZCP springs?
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      03-05-2013, 01:30 AM   #26
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If the springs you have are indeed E90 M3 ZCP springs then yes, LMK.
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Yes, it's a direct bolt on without modification. You can also get EDC-ZCP coded for dynamic Sport mode.
Is the only difference between this and an M3 with EDC stiffer shocks and lower springs? Or when EDC is coded with EDC-ZCP it offers even more dampening with dynamic sport mode?
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Is the only difference between this and an M3 with EDC stiffer shocks and lower springs? Or when EDC is coded with EDC-ZCP it offers even more dampening with dynamic sport mode?
Quote from Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_M3#...tition_Package):

- The suspension has been lowered by 10mm. The spring rates are the same, but the springs themselves are shorter, to compensate for the shorter stance. The suspensionís shock damping was also adjusted by the M division. This was in order to compensate for the lower ride height, primarily for rebounding damping rates as opposed to actual compression.

You need both the ZCP suspension and the ZCP coding done for the whole system to work properly.
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Could you post the wire thickness of the springs?


the front EDC are 12.5mm in average
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Were these off a M3 with a DCT or 6MT? Also, did it have a sun roof??

Can you post the markings on the springs??? Should be a "X" followed by a letter.
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Were these off a M3 with a DCT or 6MT? Also, did it have a sun roof??

Can you post the markings on the springs??? Should be a "X" followed by a letter.
DCT + Sun Roof.
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Where are you located? Interested.
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Santa Monica, CA.
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