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Old 09-26-2005, 12:12 PM   #16
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bryan, im interested in those shocks...altho wont it affect the performance using 4cyl shocks on a 6cyl? also mines a 06/92...will they work?
i'm pretty sure the early 92's have different setup and these wouldn't fit.
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Old 09-26-2005, 01:17 PM   #17
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yea im aware of that, but then again im going to check everything and see if he did put the update kit on it.
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Old 09-26-2005, 01:22 PM   #18
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Oh yeah forgot about that. The '92's have strut mounted sway bars. You will need to find Bilsteins that have the tabs welded into them. So you will need '92 specific struts.

BTW, you could just mount the sways to the control arms instead. There are no issues with the strut fitment though.

It's not an update kit. Only the '92 E36's and M3's use struts with tabs for the endlinks.

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Old 09-28-2005, 05:02 PM   #19
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all bilstein sports fit all >93 e36 models except M3.
whats the diff with STGII H&R sport springs?
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Old 09-28-2005, 05:32 PM   #20
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all bilstein sports fit all >93 e36 models except M3.
whats the diff with STGII H&R sport springs?
I'm a bit confused.

All Bilstein sports fit 93+ e36's? What's that mean?

There are Bilstein struts designed for '92 E36's which have the tabs on them. Reguardless, the '92 and '93+ Bilstein sports will fit all E36's (excluding M3).

What's the difference with STGII H&R? The difference between that and what? Stock?

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Will part.

H&R front and rear sways (set), comes with PU bushings - $400 (retails for ~$700)
H&R Sport 318 springs (red) - $250 (Retails for over $450 + tax)
Bilstein SP Rear shocks (pair) - $250 (retails for $380 + tax)
Bilstein SP Front struts (pair) - $400 (retails for ~$700 + tax)

All parts are barely used. Less than 4 months old and comes with a lifetime warranty, proof of purchase provided.

BTW, rear shocks will fit all E36's (excluding M3), front struts will fit all E36's (excluding M3) but are valved for a 318 front suspension.

H&R springs are for 318, but again, will fit all E36's (excluding M3)

Sway bars will fit any E36 and are meant for 6 cyl models. But they are adjustable, so it will work well on 318, 325, 328, M3, etc.

IE shock mounts w/ Urethane bushings selling for $100. (Retail $160 + tax)
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