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      10-19-2008, 08:50 PM   #23
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Sticky... I'm also in AH... where are you getting your H&R's installed? My M3 is due to arrive in about 2-3 weeks and I don't trust the shop in Orange that installed on my current car. Thanks!
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      10-20-2008, 03:54 AM   #24
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Sticky... I'm also in AH... where are you getting your H&R's installed? My M3 is due to arrive in about 2-3 weeks and I don't trust the shop in Orange that installed on my current car. Thanks!
Great, another M3 in AH. Just kidding, www.evosport.com , let them know I sent you and they will hook you up. No more than 4 hours labor and if anyone knows what they are doing it is them.

Noticed you already PM'd me about this, sorry, hard to keep track of everyone.
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      12-31-2008, 04:12 PM   #25
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So all of you guys that have edc with lowering springs...how well do the springs work with the edc when you change from comfort to sport?...does it handle worse or better?. chompino i see you live in santa monica im in LA to...with all the potholes how does it feel? i had coilovers on my rx8 and really it just was uncomfortable for anyone but the driver on roads like sunset and pch before it was repaved.
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So all of you guys that have edc with lowering springs...how well do the springs work with the edc when you change from comfort to sport?...does it handle worse or better?. chompino i see you live in santa monica im in LA to...with all the potholes how does it feel? i had coilovers on my rx8 and really it just was uncomfortable for anyone but the driver on roads like sunset and pch before it was repaved.
I feel no difference in Sport with my Eibachs vs. OEM...
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      12-31-2008, 06:29 PM   #27
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On a related topic. Will BMW void EDC warranty issues when springs have been upgraded?

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Of course they will. And you will have a hard time convincing even an engineer that stiffer spring will not prematurely wear out a shock that was not matched to that spring rate.

Additionally, the lowered ride height is going to cause you grief with many dealers for things like wheel bearings and tie-rods. I got into a pretty big p1ssing match with BMW over the ride height on my E46M3, required arbitration.
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Of course they will. And you will have a hard time convincing even an engineer that stiffer spring will not prematurely wear out a shock that was not matched to that spring rate.

Additionally, the lowered ride height is going to cause you grief with many dealers for things like wheel bearings and tie-rods. I got into a pretty big p1ssing match with BMW over the ride height on my E46M3, required arbitration.
At BMW of Austin? They are generally real d1cks when it comes to mods. Who was your advisor?
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