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Suspension and Braking
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:27 AM   #1
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<FS> Many springs...coilover, Swift, H&R, Hyperco, more

Got lots of springs to get rid of..........several pairs are new or like new, others are used but in great shape. Price is per pair, will not split a pair, shipping from 48335 is additional. Email or PM with questions. Cheers.

Hyperco:

1. 550lbs/in, 5" free length, 2.25" diameter, NIB, $120/pair
2. 450lbs/in, 6" free length, 2" diameter (for rear coilover), $125/pair
3. 500lbs/in, 6" free length, 2" diameter, $125/pair

Swift:

1. 90N/mm, 6" free length, 60mm diameter, NIB, $150/pair
2. 100N/mm, 6" free length, 60mm diameter, NIB, $150/pair
3. 120N/mm, 6" free length, 60mm diameter, NIB, $150/pair
4. 140N/mm, 6" free length, 60mm diameter, NIB, $150/pair
5. 100N/mm, 5" free length, 60mm diameter, NIB, $150/pair
6. 120N/mm, 5" free length, 60mm diameter, NIB, $150/pair

AST:

1. 160N/mm (900lbs/in), 140mm free length (5.5"), 60mm diameter, used but in great shape, $100/pair
2. 140N/mm (785lbs/in), 140mm free length, 60mm diameter, used but in great shape, $100/pair

H&R:

1. 140N/mm, 100mm free length, 60mm diameter, used but in great shape, $105/pair
2. 70N/mm, 130mm free length, 60mm diameter, new, some scuffs from being in a box but new, never used or installed, $120/pair
3. 140N/mm, 140mm free length, 60mm diameter, like new, light use at most, $120
4. 90N/mm, 160mm free length, 60mm diameter, like new, light use if any, $120/pair

Eibach:

1. 650lbs/in, 8" free length, 2.25" diameter, used but in great shape, $80/pair

TC Kline:

1. 360-400 which I assume is the rate in lbs/in, these were matched with 375lbs/in fronts (which have been sold), these are beehive for use in the stock rear location, approximate free length is 6.75", $60/pair

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Old 02-24-2013, 12:58 PM   #2
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I'm looking for a good spring for my rear. I have Function and Form Type 2's and the front rides fine, but the rear is pretty shitty, very rough and very bouncy. Any recommendations? I know nothing with spring rates and what not and neither do I know the size of my current springs.
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So.. which one of these will drop my 323i 2000 Sedan 1.5-1.7
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You guys all realize these are coilover springs right? You would use these with ride height adjusters of some type. Depending on rate, typical coilover spring length for most E46 applications (assuming camber plates and a desired lowering from stock) is 6" front and either 5" or 5.5" rear. For rates under 400lbs you might consider a longer spring. If you currently have a stock suspension these aren't for you unless you're changing other parts of your suspension as well. Hope that clears things up a bit.

And for some reason, I'm not getting post notifications from the forum (I am getting PM notifications though) so it's very likely I will miss a post to the thread...or at least I won't see it right away, I don't read the forums every day and I don't check every thread I have open even when I do read. PM is probably best.

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