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      07-21-2016, 08:18 PM   #1
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Bilstein Clubsport Coilovers M3/M4

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This set of Bilstein Clubsports was used for 500 miles on our Black Betty shop car and is in excellent condition! The car is long gone so it's time for this kit to go!

The Bilstein Clubsport is a high-end coilover suspension kit for both road and race track. The best thing about it: the suspension setting can be adjusted by means of premium motorsport adjustment wheels using rebound and compression force independently of each other noticeably, quickly, simply and precisely.



Features:

Front Lowered Height: 30-40mm
Rear Lowered Height: 5-25mm
Without Electronic Suspension
100 setting variations that can be experienced and manually selected with tangible differences
Adjustment wheels with clearly visible and distinct scaling from 1(soft) to 10 (hard)
Clear "click" resolution with color-coding: red for rebound force, blue for bump force
simple setup changes in installed state without additional tools
Camber Adjustment (for front axel) with Uniball supporting bearing
Aluminum Uniball Supporting Bearing
Aluminum Adjustment Wheels
Hight Force Closure by BILSTEIN mono-tube gas pressure technology
2-way Adjustment system, independent adjustment of rebound and bump force
TUV Certified

**Fits 3-bolt top mounts** PM or call me to check fitment for your specific vehicle if you are unsure which version you have, Bilstein does have a specific kit for 5-bolt cars as well.


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      07-29-2016, 07:40 PM   #2
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      08-05-2016, 02:17 PM   #3
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Oh how I want these badly. GLWS

It should be noted that the camber plates are for the 3 bolt strut towers.
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Oh how I want these badly. GLWS

It should be noted that the camber plates are for the 3 bolt strut towers.
Yes, that is correct. Good eye!
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I should mention here that there is a different Bilstein Clubsport kit for the 5-bolt strut towers that is designed for the newer M3/M4s.

So far I've had 2 people go for the newer kit from us but surely somebody has an early production M3 or M4 looking for a handling upgrade.
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How hard is to change the stiffness ? How to cancel the adaptive suspensions ? At the most comfortable mode is it still much stiffer than adaptive comfort ?
Actually my problem is I love the ability to change the stiffness anytime through buttons, however I don't change very often, in the city I use comfort and on the track sport+. Therefore, if the cancellation and changing stiffness are easy(no need for any parts removal), I want to go with these.
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How hard is to change the stiffness ? How to cancel the adaptive suspensions ? At the most comfortable mode is it still much stiffer than adaptive comfort ?
Actually my problem is I love the ability to change the stiffness anytime through buttons, however I don't change very often, in the city I use comfort and on the track sport+. Therefore, if the cancellation and changing stiffness are easy(no need for any parts removal), I want to go with these.
The best way to disable EDC is with KW's EDC Delete Kit, it is also possible to code out EDC if you have a local coder who can offer this service.

Changing stiffness with this kit is relatively easy, the red & blue compression & rebound adjustments are at the top of each shock so you can reach in (easier if you jack the car up) and move a few clicks softer or firmer as needed. We find that most customers only make adjustments when they do go to the track and settle on a typical street setting that suits their preference. This Clubsport kit improves handling and stability by moving to firmer spring rates, the dampers do a great job of absorbing and smoothing out bumps so the ride can be set to be comparable to the factory Comfort mode but will not match it exactly.
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Can you pm me your best price shipped to NYC?
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Can you pm me your best price shipped to NYC?
PM sent!
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Will you post a pic of Black Betty
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Will you post a pic of Black Betty
Here she is!

The set of coilovers are still available
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      09-30-2016, 09:32 AM   #12
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Nice and thank you! I'm considering this kit. Will you give a quick explanation on the benefits of this kit versus say a Dinan coil-over?
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