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Old 05-10-2014, 12:04 PM   #3
SLO Town
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Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: The Wine Country
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My Ride: 2003 330Ci
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Originally Posted by paraklas View Post
Thank you for the analysis.. Slightly different question, what kind of bump stops are you using in your setup? Brand/model?

I have the Eibach pro-kit, with the bilstein sports as well, front bars to mid-stiff, rear to full stiff

Thanks!!!
You're welcome.

The bumpstops I'm using are the ones that come part of the Bilstein Sports. The front struts have the internal bumpstops that reside inside the strut body.

With just 5/8 inch suspension travel (from resting height to first contact with bumpstop), I think the OEM rubber strut bearings become even more important because it offers a second rubber bumpstop. I think a set of solid bearing camber plates would greatly amplify the impacts into the strut tower when the suspension bottoms out.

Scott
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