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Old 05-13-2013, 01:01 PM   #1
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Location: Etobicoke
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FS:E36 Sachs shocks/H&R lowering springs/SPC plates

This came out of my race car this weekend to make way for Nitron coilovers.

These came on the car when I purchased it about 1 year ago and I am not sure about their history. I can tell you that the car handled extremely well with this setup, allowing me to clinch the Rookie/GT2 Class title in the OTA time attack series last season. I had many passengers that commented about how well the car worked, especially on the curbs. Very good setup for street/track! Ready to bolt in..


-Sachs touring M3 front struts(sway bar mount on strut and H&R springs
*Seem fairly new but not sure how many KM's - not blown!*

-Sachs rear shocks with Turner motorsports upper mounts and H&R springs
*Seem older than the front struts but again, not sure how many KM's*

-SPC Camber plates(see info below)
*Installed last May before the start of the season- 1K(est) track KM's*

***Camber/caster adjustment plates engineered utilizing a unique, multi-adjustable design, these adjustable camber plates are an ideal solution.

•Works with any BMW-compatible front strut or coilover setup designed for original strut mount.
•Replaces original upper strut mount.
•Does not change front ride height.
•Crafted from aircraft quality aluminum, these precision machined adjusters feature OE style bearings and a bonded urethane insulator.
•The OE style bearing provides proper rotational compliance for the strut shaft and will not loosen or rattle like spherical-bearing designs.
•100% urethane isolation prevents noise or vibration transmitted to car's interior unlike solid metal plates.
•Designed for both performance and racing applications.
Front Camber/Caster Adjustment Range:
Camber: -1.0º to +3.0º
Caster: -2.00º to +2.00º

Prefer to sell complete $450

Pics will be up later along with more info on the H&R springs(at work atm)
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