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Old 12-22-2010, 04:03 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by ZeroSum View Post
You do have to run AST'S pretty low to get a reasonable amount of droop travel, although AST have now come up with a spacer for for the fronts to allow a higher ride height. Think the rears need one too for a stock ride height.
Sweet where can I read about this?

UPDATE: response from Vorshlag to "I heard that you have come up with spacers that allow a 2005 330i with 4100s, say, to maintain full stock ride height - is this accurate?"
No. Minimum drop is 1" from stock with AST 4100s on that car. Even that is too tall, and we make a new "droop extender" for use with our camber plates and ASTs, to add additional droop into the front suspension, but it does not alter ride height.

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