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Montie
04-02-1999, 10:59 PM
<i> looks a tad too "springy"? No flame, I love my Coupe, but it stands a bit too tall, even w/ its 17" wheels. I'm pondering installing some progressive type springs. What do you'all think?<p></i>

bmwjon
04-03-1999, 05:20 AM
<i>: looks a tad too "springy"? No flame, I love my Coupe, but it stands a bit too tall, even w/ its 17" wheels. I'm pondering installing some progressive type springs. What do you'all think?<p></i>I put H&R springs in. The car looks completely different. Ride really didn't suffer. I had the car at the track last week and the handling is fantastic,very neutral. best car I've ever had!!<br>

Montie
04-08-1999, 11:08 PM
<i>: : looks a tad too "springy"? No flame, I love my Coupe, but it stands a bit too tall, even w/ its 17" wheels. I'm pondering installing some progressive type springs. What do you'all think?<p>: I put H&R springs in. The car looks completely different. Ride really didn't suffer. I had the car at the track last week and the handling is fantastic,very neutral. best car I've ever had!!<p></i>

Montie
04-08-1999, 11:09 PM
<i>: : looks a tad too "springy"? No flame, I love my Coupe, but it stands a bit too tall, even w/ its 17" wheels. I'm pondering installing some progressive type springs. What do you'all think?<p>: I put H&R springs in. The car looks completely different. Ride really didn't suffer. I had the car at the track last week and the handling is fantastic,very neutral. best car I've ever had!!<p></i>


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