Thread: My 87 325is
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Old 05-14-2012, 01:45 PM   #63
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Well I can now say that I have never owned a better handling e30. Everything feels like new. I am amazed at how comfortable the car rides with the BC coilovers. They are set to completely soft right now but the car feels SO tight around corners and on/off ramps. I got a great chance to break them in on the spring cruise this pasted weekend too!

Here is a list of the work that was done, thanks Stance Factory. I don't regret a single penny of it either. The only thing I regret is not changing my stupid steering rack. Oh well, I'll get around to it eventually.

Control arms
Control arm bushings (e30 m3 eccentric)
Inner/outer Tie rod assemblies
Sway bar links, sway bar bushings, and supports
BC Racing coilovers
BC camber plates
BC Racing rear shock mounts
Skid plate
LF wheel hub assembly
205/50 tires mounted with 5mm spacer in the rear.

Next winter I'll do the same to the rear suspension. I have another rear subframe that I'll use for the new parts

Here are a few pics. Enjoy!

I'm on the fence, but I think I will use the money I have for the rims towards my turbo build. There are a few things i'm missing to complete my kit. Who knows we'll see.

As for the hood, I'm sad to inform that it came out with a lot of dust spots so I will have to repaint the base coat again after we resand it. Unless anyone else has some tips for remove dust spots on the base coat?


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