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sgplayer69 09-19-2010 09:52 PM

M H&R sport springs on non-M
 
Hey all,
I have a 330Ci ZHP...will M3 H&R sport springs fit on my car? and with same ride height change?

Thanks,
Nick

Andy2108 09-19-2010 10:18 PM

*Copied from original thread*


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Originally Posted by Andy2108 (Post 12255432)
Just looking at my Bently manual for suspension ride hight. numbers are inches from bottom edge of rim to bottom edge of wheel arch with 18" rims.

Sport Front: 23.71"
M3 Front: 23.82"

Sport Rear: 22.32"
M3 Rear: 23.67"

H&R Sport M3 springs change:
M3 Front: -1.2"
M3 Rear: -.5"

M3 w/ H&R Net:
Front: 22.62"
Rear 23.17"

So, difference between your stock sport ride hight and an M3 with H&R Sport Springs (your drop):
Front: -1.09"
Rear: +0.30"

So, It may actually add .3" to your rear...

But, this is all presuming that everthing about the car EXCEPT the spings is the same... which I dont know. The suspention itself could be much different.

Hope this helps :hmm:

EDIT: I'd actually be interested in the outcome of this considering I have a friend with a set of stock M3 springs that he has just laying around.

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Originally Posted by sgplayer69 (Post 12255444)
lol so you're saying that it'll lower my front by an inch and raise my back up .3?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andy2108 (Post 12255452)
Im saying it might :rolleyes:

I just dont know how comparable the suspention setups are.

You may want to consider having this tread moved to the suspension and braking forum

Quote:

Originally Posted by sgplayer69 (Post 12255455)
ah good idea will do haha

Quote:

Originally Posted by N89 (Post 12255461)
Why don't you just get the ones for your car? I'm assuming you found a "killer deal" on some for an M3? Spend the extra money and do it right.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andy2108 (Post 12255464)
Im kinda in the same boat as OP, and yes... "Free" for a set of barely ever used springs is a "killer deal"

Quote:

Originally Posted by sgplayer69 (Post 12255465)
hahaha I want your deal...It's a lot better than new


:thumbsup:

sgplayer69 09-19-2010 10:34 PM

hahaha

Andy2108 09-19-2010 10:44 PM

might as well...

sgplayer69 09-19-2010 10:46 PM

fair enough

Andy2108 09-19-2010 10:52 PM

were not having an eazy time getting answers are we.... maybe when more people get on tomorrow :dunno:

sgplayer69 09-19-2010 10:55 PM

cricket, cricket...agreed

Andy2108 09-23-2010 11:07 PM

ttt


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