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René
04-06-1999, 02:43 PM
What are the best lowering sets for my new 323i ? I want a more aggressive and sporty look. Thanks

328i
04-06-1999, 03:16 PM
<i>: What are the best lowering sets for my new 323i ? I want a more aggressive and sporty look. Thanks<p></i>

Ken
04-06-1999, 04:10 PM
I got a set of Eibach Pro-Kit on my 323i sport, they work very well with the existing shock, comfortable ride, less body roll and no bottoming out, however the drawback is the minimal amount of lowering of less than 0.75 inch measured (the manufacturer claims 1.5inches lower than standard)<p>Well, the car still look fine (smaller fender gap) with 18" mags.<p>Ken

Ky
04-06-1999, 08:03 PM
<i>: I got a set of Eibach Pro-Kit on my 323i sport, they work very well with the existing shock, comfortable ride, less body roll and no bottoming out, however the drawback is the minimal amount of lowering of less than 0.75 inch measured (the manufacturer claims 1.5inches lower than standard)<p>: Well, the car still look fine (smaller fender gap) with 18" mags.<p>: Ken<p></i>

Dumb Ass
04-07-1999, 04:52 AM
<i>: What are the best lowering sets for my new 323i ? I want a more aggressive and sporty look. Thanks<p></i>

John
04-07-1999, 10:39 AM
Try B+G sport springs from Holland. They are the leaders in this field in Europe. Their importer is a company in CA. Their website is www.concepteurope.com

Ken
04-07-1999, 11:29 AM
When I have time to take a picture I will.<br>Ken<br>


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