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      06-04-2014, 05:04 PM   #1
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FS: KW Clubsport 2-way Suspension E92 w EDC

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My fire sale is winding down, from big items I have left KW Clubsport suspension w EDC modules and brakes (will post them in a couple of hrs).

This version features 2-way adjustment (compression and rebound), it also includes EDC modules for your EDC equipped car. I ran them on my 2011 E92 for 12,000 miles.

I loved them. KW CS is very reliable, they do not leak like some JRZ.. They are totally cool for the street (wife verified), I ran them 2 click on compression from full soft on the street and they are just fine - the car handles like a charm.

I bought them brand new from M-World, the first pic is them brand new, the rest is what it is now. As everyone who buys from me knows, everything will come washed and nicely packed ready for install.

$2400 shipped or $2300 picked up in Katy, TX (Houston) area. Fees included

The install is very easy in my opinion, the front is a total breeze, the rear is a little harder, but overall easy as well. I'll provide txt message support for DIY guys as I did for all the rest of parts I had already sold!

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would you ship to canada
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Yes, sir. No problem. I shipped Supercharger to Calgary. Same price 100 bucks
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2600 shipped to canada!
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how much service life can be had out of them before they would need rebuilding?
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how much service life can be had out of them before they would need rebuilding?
I knew people personally who were tracking in bulk and had no issues with clubsports. I've heard two or three different people reporting the need to rebuild JRZ due to leaks after some tracking, but never for CS.

Here is the man who did 20-25 days and they were going strong. http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=992828

Mine have 4 track days and 12K miles, this is peanuts really for KW CS.

You can try to place a call to KW USA and ask them. I called them once for a set screw I was missing and they were very good and sent it to me right away.
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Cool. How do they compare to the EDC on the road? Can they be civil and comfortable? We have crappy roads full of giant craters and potholes here in Toronto.
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Cool. How do they compare to the EDC on the road? Can they be civil and comfortable? We have crappy roads full of giant craters and potholes here in Toronto.
In my opinion, the CS kit can be more compliant. With the 2-way adjustable set-up you can dial these in to be "civil and comfortable" for street or dial them in for track.
In my opinion this set-up will be an improvement in both areas (street and track).

just my 2 cents, but I have run through a lot of suspension.
I am currently running a 2011 ZCP e92m with EDC. It is nice, but I will go with KW Clubsports once funds permit.

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Cool. How do they compare to the EDC on the road? Can they be civil and comfortable? We have crappy roads full of giant craters and potholes here in Toronto.
I bought these without telling my wife and dialed in recommended settings, then I went to LA to pick her up from the LAX. While driving on 405 she already noticed that the car "feels different" So my cover up didn't last too long. The car on recommended settings (pretty much track setup) is darn stiff. I personally love it like that, but obviously for most women it 'll hard to bear. I dialed in 2 click from full soft - 10 clicks open from full 12. The car handles great and comfortable for the ladies. I ran it like that for the rest of time I owned the car. Rebound was open up quite a bit more of course too.

On track I went to recommended settings and did a total of 4 track days with the setup, it improved my times and I couldn't be happier, I also ran all sorts of camber and dialed in ride height of my liking no problem. The drop is really sweet and easily adjustable.

Overall, it is good for the street and even better for the track. You can make it rock hard so you'll be risking loosing your tooth fillings or totally mellow for your wife/girlfriend and small children. It still remains a sport suspension. By no means you'll be riding like a Chevi Tahoe given the spring rates it comes with.
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2480 shipped. 2400 picked up!
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