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03-17-2005, 11:04 PM
Koni sport suspension kit
320i, 323i, 324td, 325d/-td/-tds, 325i, 328i, Sedan, Coupé excl. M-Technik
Fits BMW E36 6/92 till 1998 not M3

This kit includes 4 Koni sports adjustable damper and a set of springs 40mm F / 25mm R.

For sale: 1050 Cdn no tax, brand new, never installed from the box. (FIRM PRICE)

From Koni website: http://www.koni-na.com/konisport.html
The sporting motorist who wants nothing but the very best in road-holding is offered a unique range of KONI suspension kits: complete kits consisting of matching KONI Sport shock absorbers and lowering springs. These kits will give the car absolutely superb road-holding qualities and the looks of a real sports car.

With KONI lowering springs the centre of gravity of the car is lowered. Combined with a firmer suspension this will result in even better steering qualities and reduced body movement. The use of lowering springs requires special damping characteristics: the mere application of stiffer springs together with ordinary shock absorbers often has a negative impact on road-holding and comfort, and may even lead to dangerous situations.


paul christians
03-18-2005, 04:41 AM
that is good setup and good luck on the sale.........

03-18-2005, 09:23 AM
How come you never installed it?
I'm very interested. Are you willing to budge at all on the price?
shox.com has 'em for 670US (800CAN) + s/h.
I'd rather buy it locally & from a fellow maX member.
PM me & we'll work something out.

03-18-2005, 09:44 AM
Bought it for the E36 but now I am buying a race suspension from ground control so I won't install the koni kit.

670 + 55(shipping) = 725US = 906 Cdn + 56 (brokerage)= 962 + GST=1030 Cdn

You can get it for 1000 Cdn if you want.

03-18-2005, 12:06 PM
Sounds good.
Check PM.

03-20-2005, 03:27 PM
I'm no expert on this, but maybe you can answer some questions?

What's the difference between this and FK HighSport coilovers?
Is Koni higher quality than FK?
How much does this lower the car by?

03-20-2005, 03:33 PM
I don't know about FK suspension, but everyone knows about Koni... And konis are adjustable so you can set them up the way you like: firm or soft.

40mm F / 25mm R.