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      02-17-2014, 12:02 PM   #23
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I'm curious about pricing as well can u please PM me price? Thanks 08 e90 m3
We have pricing on our site as well as the Sponsor's section, but I'll get you a PM over shortly.

We're installing the Bilsteins today and get an overview of the install later.
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Any idea when the sport ones with edc will be released.
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Its just looking like the HD version for now, they might have plans for sports later down the road but haven't released any info.

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I'm wondering how they'll be priced if they're an OEM replacement.
Monotube design has potential to be better.
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ZCP front dampers have a lower spring perch than the regular EDC dampers. How has Bilstein addressed this? It appears, one would end up raising the front ride height of their ZCP car if they installed this.
Right now they just have them made for the non ZCP struts. Makes a good reason to get lowering springs

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Is the one coming out for the E60 M5 the HD version or sport?
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These are nice option for us that wants to keep the EDC. Wonder if they will make the ZCP one though later.
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Tom,

The sport mode in non zcp struts were linear and not dynamic (normal and comfort were variable damped). One of the advantages of zcp struts were that all three modes were dynamic.

Are these struts dynamic across the board? If so, in sport mode they would be more beneficial than the non zcp struts.

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The sport mode in non zcp struts were linear and not dynamic (normal and comfort were variable damped). One of the advantages of zcp struts were that all three modes were dynamic.

Are these struts dynamic across the board? If so, in sport mode they would be more beneficial than the non zcp struts.

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I believe, even if the struts were dynamic in the 3 modes, the car must be coded as well. It may sound strange, but I like the non-active sports mode, for the predictability.
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The sport mode in non zcp struts were linear and not dynamic (normal and comfort were variable damped). One of the advantages of zcp struts were that all three modes were dynamic.

Are these struts dynamic across the board? If so, in sport mode they would be more beneficial than the non zcp struts.

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Bilstein will have more information on the internals, it's best to speak with a tech directly. As far as I know though, they are going to be based off non ZCP.
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Now if only someone would a EDC/ZCP coil over kit.
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Now if only someone would a EDC/ZCP coil over kit.
I am going to with Dinan coilover kit and these shocks so that I can keep the EDC.
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I am going to with Dinan coilover kit and these shocks so that I can keep the EDC.
Isn't that the same as a KW Sleeve kit?
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Now if only someone would a EDC/ZCP coil over kit.
I am going to with Dinan coilover kit and these shocks so that I can keep the EDC.
Does that solution work for ZCP though? I thought I read a few posts up that these are only for NON ZCP models? Or am I confused?
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Does that solution work for ZCP though? I thought I read a few posts up that these are only for NON ZCP models? Or am I confused?
If youre changing the whole shock does it matter? Isnt that whats different on a zcp?
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Does that solution work for ZCP though? I thought I read a few posts up that these are only for NON ZCP models? Or am I confused?
If youre changing the whole shock does it matter? Isnt that whats different on a zcp?
You tell me? Like I mentioned, I thought someone above posted that these shocks didn't work for ZCP because the spring perch was higher. I have no clue if that's a problem or not if you remove the whole shock. That's what I was asking.
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Isn't that the same as a KW Sleeve kit?
You cant use a sleeve kit with these shocks. The Dinan kit would be more comparable to to just lowering springs + goodies. The shell on these struts is unibody so it wont allow an after market strut clamp where the spring sits.
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Does that solution work for ZCP though? I thought I read a few posts up that these are only for NON ZCP models? Or am I confused?
It shows that they do have shocks for ZCP.

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You cant use a sleeve kit with these shocks. The Dinan kit would be more comparable to to just lowering springs + goodies. The shell on these struts is unibody so it wont allow an after market strut clamp where the spring sits.
So are you saying the dinan kit will not be compatible with bilstein shocks?
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Does that solution work for ZCP though? I thought I read a few posts up that these are only for NON ZCP models? Or am I confused?
It shows that they do have shocks for ZCP.

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You cant use a sleeve kit with these shocks. The Dinan kit would be more comparable to to just lowering springs + goodies. The shell on these struts is unibody so it wont allow an after market strut clamp where the spring sits.
So are you saying the dinan kit will not be compatible with bilstein shocks?
You cannot use their adjustable "race" suspension. However, you can use the stage 1 to 3.
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Just matched them up with a 08/EDC car and everything lines up.
So what's the difference between Heavy duty and Sports?

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How long before a road test and review ... before and after?
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You tell me? Like I mentioned, I thought someone above posted that these shocks didn't work for ZCP because the spring perch was higher. I have no clue if that's a problem or not if you remove the whole shock. That's what I was asking.
I dont see a EDC compatible setup yet for the ZCP struts. The ZCP are going to have a lower strut collar. The non ZCP struts will make your car sit higher. Hopefully Bilstein will come out with a ZCP specific setup.


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It shows that they do have shocks for ZCP.
So far I havent seen a separate ZCP strut yet. I checked and it looks like they just have the original set unless I'm wrong.

http://cart.bilsteinus.com/search/mm.../drivetype=RWD

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So what's the difference between Heavy duty and Sports?

How long before a road test and review ... before and after?
The sports are a more performance oriented strut. Made more for lowered vehicles. The HD's are a step up from an OEM replacement with improved valving and stiffer dampening.

Should have a review shortly for you.
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I dont see a EDC compatible setup yet for the ZCP struts. The ZCP are going to have a lower strut collar. The non ZCP struts will make your car sit higher. Hopefully Bilstein will come out with a ZCP specific setup.




So far I havent seen a separate ZCP strut yet. I checked and it looks like they just have the original set unless I'm wrong.

http://cart.bilsteinus.com/search/mm.../drivetype=RWD



The sports are a more performance oriented strut. Made more for lowered vehicles. The HD's are a step up from an OEM replacement with improved valving and stiffer dampening.

Should have a review shortly for you.
Kevin,

Can these HD Bilstein EDC units be used with lowering springs on a non ZCP vehicle? I'm considering H&R sports to go along with the replacements next month. I know they advertise "ideal for lowering springs", but you reminded me Bilstein makes the sport (non edc) with lowering springs specifically in mind. Thanks for any info.
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I dont see a EDC compatible setup yet for the ZCP struts. The ZCP are going to have a lower strut collar. The non ZCP struts will make your car sit higher. Hopefully Bilstein will come out with a ZCP specific setup.




So far I havent seen a separate ZCP strut yet. I checked and it looks like they just have the original set unless I'm wrong.

http://cart.bilsteinus.com/search/mm.../drivetype=RWD



The sports are a more performance oriented strut. Made more for lowered vehicles. The HD's are a step up from an OEM replacement with improved valving and stiffer dampening.

Should have a review shortly for you.
Kevin,

Can these HD Bilstein EDC units be used with lowering springs on a non ZCP vehicle? I'm considering H&R sports to go along with the replacements next month. I know they advertise "ideal for lowering springs", but you reminded me Bilstein makes the sport (non edc) with lowering springs specifically in mind. Thanks for any info.
That's also what I'd like to know!
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