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Old 11-03-2007, 05:16 PM   #1
Swizzle
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Suspension Question

Hey, thanks for reading:
I have an 89 325i. New 17 inch rims arrive in a couple weeks, and I will probably be putting on 215/40/17 thx to Jay's recommendation in the Tire and Wheel Forum. On to suspension now, so that my car doesn't look it's going desert Rallying. Is the HR Sport Cup suspension going to make my car too low?

I still want to be able to make it over speed bumps-it lowers 2.1"F and 1.7"R. The Cup suspension is only 100 dollars more than the HR sport springs/Bilstein shocks( 1.3"F 1.3"R).
Cup: 679 on Tirerack.
HR/Billy 589 on TMS. Which would you go for?

The car is mainly used for street, but I like to push it hard. A bit of autocross as well.

Opinions please! And how difficult is it to install new suspension? Time needed?

Thanks! Rob
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Old 11-04-2007, 08:06 PM   #2
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The Cup Kit is LOW and SOFT. Not recommended.

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