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Old 09-07-2009, 12:36 PM   #1
shawno371
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Which coilovers to used M3 or reg 325 Help

Hey quick question I have done research.
I have a 92 325i all stock kinda anyways i have M3 front spindles rotors and calipers, and also the M3 rear driveline complete everything for the rear.

From what I have researched there all interchangeable,

So my question I have a 325 with all M3 drive line ready for it DO I need M3 coil overs or the standard 325 coil overs to make everything work together with everything.
Any help would be great
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Old 09-07-2009, 06:50 PM   #2
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The only difference between the two will be the sway bar brackets.

M3 sway bars mount to the strut while 3 series mount to the control arm.

So if you get M3 coilovers, you'll need M3 Sway bar links. 3 Series coilovers will be cheaper.
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