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      10-16-2014, 07:40 AM   #45
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Next week when I install everything on my car, I'll give you guys a picture of the complete set & specs

order number for the EU spec M4: E10-20-031-09-22
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      10-23-2014, 01:00 PM   #46
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Any updates on these springs?
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Updates on these springs, please!
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Updates on these springs, please!
Someone got back and told me January only 3 months out.
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Someone got back and told me January only 3 months out.
thanks brotha!
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Hi guys,


like I already said in my topic:
Azurite Black M4

the springs have an issue... Eibach is sorting it out as we speak...
I will keep you updated the minute I know more...
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like I already said in my topic:
Azurite Black M4

the springs have an issue... Eibach is sorting it out as we speak...
I will keep you updated the minute I know more...
I've had the Eibach springs on my F80 for about 2 months now and I've had zero issues. Ride is perfect. I really like the setup. No where near as mushy and bouncy as other springs.
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      11-24-2014, 07:27 AM   #55
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Mod Bargains has the Eibach Springs for the M3/M4 for sale. It says that it only lowers the car 0.8"/0.2" front/rear. Does that seem right? H&R SS lower 1.6"/1.0"
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Mod Bargains has the Eibach Springs for the M3/M4 for sale. It says that it only lowers the car 0.8"/0.2" front/rear. Does that seem right? H&R SS lower 1.6"/1.0"
Yes, Eibachs are usually the less aggressive alternative to H&R Springs.

I might be switching to the Eibachs from my H&R Sports, because I want less of a drop. I wish they would have come out sooner. I just had my car lowered last week.
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Mod Bargains has the Eibach Springs for the M3/M4 for sale. It says that it only lowers the car 0.8"/0.2" front/rear. Does that seem right? H&R SS lower 1.6"/1.0"
I called them when I saw them on the site...pre orders for now..eibach told them January, which to me means February
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I called them when I saw them on the site...pre orders for now..eibach told them January, which to me means February
Haha maybe early March, even.
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Thanks guys... I am going with H&R.... looking to close the gap!
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The Eibach should be perfect. Those who have H&R do comment the rear is a tad too low, which I agree with. .8" and .2" would be perfect, less stress on the OEM struts and the drop is tasteful for those who intend to clear speed bumps... Looking forward to it.
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Thanks guys... I am going with H&R.... looking to close the gap!
F32 springs will close the gap and give a nice drop. It's not too low in the back and it looks a lot more flush
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F32 springs will close the gap and give a nice drop. It's not too low in the back and it looks a lot more flush
Yeh but are the spring rates right for an M? Probably not.
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Yeh but are the spring rates right for an M? Probably not.
of course not

but people will continue to do idiotic mods to their car, while destroying the handling and ride quality of their car.

hella flush yo
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F32 springs will close the gap and give a nice drop. It's not too low in the back and it looks a lot more flush
Yeh but are the spring rates right for an M? Probably not.
Not quite, but they do the job... But Kenny is right. It's just the cheaper alternative than coilovers or the HAS kit
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How's the ride/comfort on the F32 H&R springs for the M4? Thanks fellas!
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The Eibach should be perfect. Those who have H&R do comment the rear is a tad too low, which I agree with. .8" and .2" would be perfect, less stress on the OEM struts and the drop is tasteful for those who intend to clear speed bumps... Looking forward to it.
Agreed. I'm looking for a more mild drop than the H&Rs. Can't wait for these Eibachs and the Swifts to come out for more conservative choices.
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