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      01-08-2019, 01:58 PM   #991
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Thanks for clearing this.
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      01-19-2019, 04:45 AM   #992
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HI there,

I'm curious if anyone has taken front and rear guard height measurements with the Eibach kits installed on the M4?

Considering swapping to them but curious as to where they'll sit in relation to where I currently have my KW's set. Currently my measurements to bottom of guard are ~670mm front (265/30/20) and ~683mm rear (295/30/20).


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      01-24-2019, 01:39 AM   #993
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Maybe within a month I will finally switch and i will do precise measurements before and after.
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      01-29-2019, 03:50 PM   #994
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Someone who knows coding needs to reset your EDC height sensors through ICM.
Is that why the install is typically done by the dealer? I've asked around at a few shops and they only charge for install and alignment but no coding. Granted, their prices are considerably less than the dealers price.
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      01-30-2019, 10:59 AM   #995
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HI there,

I'm curious if anyone has taken front and rear guard height measurements with the Eibach kits installed on the M4?

Considering swapping to them but curious as to where they'll sit in relation to where I currently have my KW's set. Currently my measurements to bottom of guard are ~670mm front (265/30/20) and ~683mm rear (295/30/20).


Cheers,

With 265/30/20 FRONT is 684mm and 295/30/20 REAR is 700mm , measured just now. EIBACH European or whatever they are Springs.

Just installed today, and hopefully will settle down a little bit more on rear, but overall I am really happy.

I will post some pics before and after.
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Some pics Before and After.
Sorry for the bad quality of the photos
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      01-30-2019, 07:55 PM   #997
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With 265/30/20 FRONT is 684mm and 295/30/20 REAR is 700mm , measured just now. EIBACH European or whatever they are Springs.

Just installed today, and hopefully will settle down a little bit more on rear, but overall I am really happy.

I will post some pics before and after.
Awesome thank you, curious to see what they settle at. Seems a good 15mm up on mine with the KW's about mid way in their setting range.
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      02-02-2019, 06:03 AM   #998
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Some pics Before and After.
Sorry for the bad quality of the photos
Is that ZCP?
BTW. Sits oddly low in the front and oddly high in the rear as for a standard.
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Is that ZCP?
BTW. Sits oddly low in the front and oddly high in the rear as for a standard.
Its not ZCP ...
I think they settle a bit more after I did few hundreds of km.. The pic was made straight after installation.

Here is a photo from today.. I think it sits nicely now.
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What coding needs to be completed after spring installation? I have a non-ZCP 18 M3 and intend to have a shop install V1 Eibachs.
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What coding needs to be completed after spring installation? I have a non-ZCP 18 M3 and intend to have a shop install V1 Eibachs.
I haven`t done any coding...
Without touching the EDC I don`t think you need to do that, but I might be wrong...
Wait for someone else with more experience then me
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I haven`t done any coding...
Without touching the EDC I don`t think you need to do that, but I might be wrong...
Wait for someone else with more experience then me
Agreed. Hopefully a suspension expert can chime in. From what I've read on these forums, coding needs to be completed afterwards in order for the dampening settings to be adjusted along w/ the new springs. Something about a firmware/software update via I-Step.
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bump - any feedback from a zcp install with the v1's, base m3 front sway, and CS coding?

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Fitted a Euro kit today as that's what we get in Oz, interesting to see how they settle. So far it's sitting about 7-10mm higher than how I had the KW set. Note the photo of the Eibach is straight after fittment, no settle time.

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Weird. Seems to sit quite high at the rear. But on the other hand the wheel gap doesnt seem to be that big. Please send some more photos, especially after it settles.
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Weird. Seems to sit quite high at the rear. But on the other hand the wheel gap doesnt seem to be that big. Please send some more photos, especially after it settles.
No worries will do, I took measurements to the bottom of the wheel arch and it's still only 690mm at the rear
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No worries will do, I took measurements to the bottom of the wheel arch and it's still only 690mm at the rear
Why did you change from kw to eibachs?
Which is kw kit?
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