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Old 03-20-2013, 01:41 PM   #361
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Old 03-20-2013, 02:16 PM   #362
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I've been hearing on the forums that Sleeve type coilovers will eventually sag in the rear on E92 ///M's that endure alot of miles, and I put alot miles on mine. That's the only reason I went with swift springs for now.
Your ///M is looking great, my friend! Can't wait to see it in person, hopefully this summer.

Question about what you said above. You know I have KW V2 Coilovers. Are the KW V2's considered "sleeve type coilovers"? I ask because I feel like my passenger side rear is sagging.
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Old 03-21-2013, 01:38 AM   #363
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i dont think your v2 are sleeve over type Navin.
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Old 03-21-2013, 03:55 AM   #364
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Your ///M is looking great, my friend! Can't wait to see it in person, hopefully this summer.

Question about what you said above. You know I have KW V2 Coilovers. Are the KW V2's considered "sleeve type coilovers"? I ask because I feel like my passenger side rear is sagging.
V2's arent sleeve type but you may have to move it up a few clicks (or rotations) to get it even with the drivers side.
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V2's arent sleeve type but you may have to move it up a few clicks (or rotations) to get it even with the drivers side.
Thanks Chris! I'll look into doing that. Another question... you wouldn't by chance happen to know the specific BMW style number for the 18" wheels that used to come standard on the E9X M3? The ones I'm referring to are the gunmetal colored wheels which BMW eventually changed to regular silver.

EDIT: Nevermind... just found the wheels online - Style 219M - I wonder if 4 of the front wheels would fit my E46 (just like how 4 front E46 M3 OEM wheels would fit E46 non-M).
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Thanks Chris! I'll look into doing that. Another question... you wouldn't by chance happen to know the specific BMW style number for the 18" wheels that used to come standard on the E9X M3? The ones I'm referring to are the gunmetal colored wheels which BMW eventually changed to regular silver.

EDIT: Nevermind... just found the wheels online - Style 219M - I wonder if 4 of the front wheels would fit my E46 (just like how 4 front E46 M3 OEM wheels would fit E46 non-M).
they should fit your car in the rear at least. as far as the front you may have to stretch your tyre a little.
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Old 05-18-2013, 09:57 AM   #367
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if im in town i'll be there but not to show.
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How was the fitment?
The fitment is really good.
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Old 05-23-2013, 11:32 AM   #376
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wait what? The car was delivered from BMW of monrovia.. thats on my side of the coast ha thats far!
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wait what? The car was delivered from BMW of monrovia.. thats on my side of the coast ha thats far!
no i was just using that as an example of the lip i wanted.





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