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Old 09-17-2009, 02:17 PM   #1
BMXWill
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'98 328is Coilovers Installed

So I've slowly been adding to my car since I bought it last year and I recently decided to pick up some Raceland coilovers. I wanted to try them out as I've heard they are great for VW's and they are a steal at about $280USD. I have only had them in for three days but they have been great so far. They are a bit softer than most coilovers (i hear) so the ride is still smooth. I don't track my car, I just wanted them for the drop and increase in handling.

The rear is fully slammed (not as low as other brands)
The front is 1/4 low at the most.

I don't think I've seen Raceland's on Max before so I'm guinea pigging it. If you have any questions or comments feel free. I'll let you guys know how these things last over the next few months before snow hits and I garage her for the winter.

I recently picked up some M3 mirrors and door moldings as well and as many non M owners I plan to do most of the M3 conversions aside from the motor (mine only has 145k) in the future as well.

Thanks to Doogee for helping with the coilovers. Can't wait to see your PSS's installed!

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