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Old 05-05-2011, 10:14 PM   #1
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Hello all, now I'm no bmw expert or anything but these are just merely my thoughts on the following.

Just was a bit excited on this so decided to post it up...I finally got to put on a few things (friend works at bmw so he installed everything)

-A brand new set of coilovers (st's from modbargains= greatness)

-A new set of drilled slotted rotors and pads from

These both were installed this week 5/3/11 so can only give a very brief review on each.

ST's: feel amazing, I dont track or anything but overall very satisfied with it so far...
- body roll significantly decreased
- height currently set mid way on all 4 corners (does anyone have any experience with these and suggest for performance wise different setting? Not looking to slam it as I have a family and daily driving a slammed car is a hassle to me)
- very much worth it for a daily driver.

Speednetmotorsports brake package:
-feel ok, no real complaints
-look nice
-bedded the brakes (60-15 roughly 6 times).
-price was awesome

thanks for checking out my thread..


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Great choice on the ST Coilovers - I am glad we were able to help you out!

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Thank you Ron, you and your staff were great to work with and thank you for the suggestions throughout the process.

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