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Conversation Between Blocked Out and cyberlando
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  1. Blocked Out
    04-01-2012 03:12 PM
    Blocked Out
    No they wont fit. The thing thats different is the front strut hat, on M3 its different and it wont fit over the front spring on the coilover if its made for non -m. If you wanna make them fit you'd have to buy camber plates made for non-m that fit KW V2 and only then you can fit the coilovers on m3.
  2. cyberlando
    03-31-2012 05:26 PM
    cyberlando
    hay man you know a fair amount about the e46 m and non m, got a quick question.

    i have a KW v2 coilover set on my 330ci and i was wondering if it would work just fine on an m3 with no modifications!
  3. Blocked Out
    03-25-2012 04:06 PM
    Blocked Out
    Yep its just fine.
  4. cyberlando
    03-24-2012 10:31 PM
    cyberlando
    hay man hows that drive shaft holding up on the m3 diff still holding up well?
  5. Blocked Out
    02-20-2012 07:27 PM
    Blocked Out
    You need to get your 5 speed driveshaft, chop the end flange and weld in a flange from a 6 speed driveshaft. The new driveshaft needs to be about 2.5" shorter all together in length to fit. make sure you measure the lenghts you need just to double check once you have the LSD rear end installed.
    nest time just PM me as I cant see these types of messages on my phone
  6. cyberlando
    02-06-2012 10:41 PM
    cyberlando
    hay man i saw on a post that you are pretty familiar with a m3 lsd swap in a 330!
    i need a little advice as far as the drive shaft goes? how do i get the lsd of a m3 the fit on a 5 speed?

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