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      06-29-2021, 06:14 PM   #111
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I have V1s all around and personally think its the perfect drive height without clenching the arse on every dip/bump. I think the V2s drop to low in the rear but the fronts look desirable. Can anyone share any feedback with running V2 fronts with V1 rears? As I'm looking to maybe heading that direction or completely overhauling and going for a HAS setup.
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V1s all around and I clear our driveway better as it’s less rake and still looks good. No issues with ride quality. Perfect feel in sport setting for normal driving. with 12.5mm spacers no rubbing even with passengers.
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I have V1s all around and personally think its the perfect drive height without clenching the arse on every dip/bump. I think the V2s drop to low in the rear but the fronts look desirable. Can anyone share any feedback with running V2 fronts with V1 rears? As I'm looking to maybe heading that direction or completely overhauling and going for a HAS setup.
I think there is a thread on here somewhere where a guy did just that. I also have a set of v1 rears sitting in a box that I'm never going to use so let me know and I will send them to you if you pay shipping.
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I have V1s all around and personally think its the perfect drive height without clenching the arse on every dip/bump. I think the V2s drop to low in the rear but the fronts look desirable. Can anyone share any feedback with running V2 fronts with V1 rears? As I'm looking to maybe heading that direction or completely overhauling and going for a HAS setup.
I think there is a thread on here somewhere where a guy did just that. I also have a set of v1 rears sitting in a box that I'm never going to use so let me know and I will send them to you if you pay shipping.

HaHa. Thanks! As mentioned though, I have the V1s already! I read it somewhere as well but can't seem to find if it was good or bad lol
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So what does the consensus seem to be for an F82 M4? The V1 springs look great on the F80 and fix the wheel gap that it comes from the factory with.

Comparing Eibach, H&R, MS, Swift, and EMD springs, it seems that Eibach Euro is the best one for what I want, which isn't the most amount of low but closest to stock feel with a bit of drop.

How has the long-term feeling been with these springs? I'll be putting them on my 2016 M4 non-comp with non-adaptive dampeners. Looking at part number E10-20-031-09-22
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So what does the consensus seem to be for an F82 M4? The V1 springs look great on the F80 and fix the wheel gap that it comes from the factory with.

Comparing Eibach, H&R, MS, Swift, and EMD springs, it seems that Eibach Euro is the best one for what I want, which isn't the most amount of low but closest to stock feel with a bit of drop.

How has the long-term feeling been with these springs? I'll be putting them on my 2016 M4 non-comp with non-adaptive dampeners. Looking at part number E10-20-031-09-22
Part number is correct. Have the V1s on my M4 (non comp, no adaptive suspension) now for couple of months. Ride is slightly firmer than stock, but in a good way. Body roll is reduced, better turn in, less float at speed....would recommend without hesitation.
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