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      08-14-2014, 12:22 PM   #1
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Eibach Springs

Does anyone have any insight as to when we might see Eibach release an application for the M3/M4? If history proves anything, I believe they will release a spring that lowers the rear less than the front and provides a drop that will likely be more moderate than H&R.

I called Eibach last week and spoke to a guy that couldn't provide any real guidance on what we might see and when we might see it. He did say they didn't have a test car in the US but that they might be being developed in Germany.

I believe Eibach is providing the OEM springs (saw that somewhere) for BMW on the M3/M4 so this should provide a great leg up for Eibach and allow them to have a nice shorter spring that is truly engineered for the car. That is what I am hoping anyway.

I am leasing my M3 this time so I want a drop that is not too expensive, and is easily reversible. Plus with the adaptive suspension I am trying to avoid throwing all that out for coilovers this time.
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