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    now, about these flames

    lowered without window tints. one on standard (ish) wheels and one with blacked centres. Couldnt be bothered fully doing rims so put shine on to hide how much the lens filter had greyed the tyres out.
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    right decided im going to keep the wheels the way they are. Going to lower the car a bit.

    What springs would you all suggest?

    And 40mm?

    Dont want cheap shit and with it being around 40mm i want to make sure its not going to be too soft and rub if i have anyone in the back seats
     
     

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    Good idea

    eibach springs are very good although the set recommended are 30mm at the front and 20mm at the back or you can get the sport springs 50mm at the fron 40mm at the back, spax do some good springs as well, or you could check out a coilover kit as they are available on this forum somewhere a few people have bought them as well

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    Eibach pro's are arguably the best springs around, designed to work well with OEM shocks and as they are progressive the ride height isn't effected... however they don't lower the car enough!

    Spax do indeed make very good springs and suspension components..

    I've got Weitec springs on my car now and they are awesome.. also they recognize that E46s need lowering more on the front than the back so most sets offer bigger front end drops..

    Whats your budget?
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    well atm i havent decided about my budget. My rear shocks are a bit squeeky so im thinking they may perhaps need changing but im not sure what i can afford yet as going through a few tight months but depends on what kind of prices the springs go for on their own and springs with uprated shocks aswell?
     
     

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