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      02-18-2009, 06:04 AM   #1
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help me choose !!

i'm thinking of lowering my M3 but i don't know what to get, there are alot of companies don't know which one to go with !!

and do i go with springs or coils !!?
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Do you have EDC? That's the main reason I'm sticking with springs as I like having the EDC function. Then again if you are an avid tracker I would look into coilovers.

For coilovers KWv3's seem to be the way to go

For springs, i would look into either RD Sport or H&R Sport springs
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Do you have EDC? That's the main reason I'm sticking with springs as I like having the EDC function. Then again if you are an avid tracker I would look into coilovers.

For coilovers KWv3's seem to be the way to go

For springs, i would look into either RD Sport or H&R Sport springs

Everything he said is pretty much spot on.
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I initially had the RD Springs with my EDC and liked them. No complaints, great springs! I have since picked up some KW V3s from Auto Talent and they are the business. Nothing better as far as I'm concerned. I sure don't miss the EDC the V3s are just so much better.

I dont think you can go wrong with coils or springs. Is money/ a consideration? If so get springs if not get V3s.
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Do you have EDC? That's the main reason I'm sticking with springs as I like having the EDC function. Then again if you are an avid tracker I would look into coilovers.

For coilovers KWv3's seem to be the way to go

For springs, i would look into either RD Sport or H&R Sport springs
Listen to this man. He knows what he is talking about. The ACS springs get good reviews as well. If you want to keep edc, then go with springs. Thats what I'm doing.
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thanx alot guys i think i'll go with springs and keep my EDC
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