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    hi all

    i have a e46 msport coupe and wanting to lower it a bit with coilovers but dont want it hard or harsh but for road use,but not silly money any reccomendations?
     
     

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    Hi Snoopk
    I have lowered previous cars iv owned using coilovers. On my ST that I used to track I first put on a cheap Pro Sport kit which was good but I had fitting issues and was forever adjusting them. When I broke the weld on the N/S-Front shock I replaced with an H&R kit (which was a bit more money). Never had any trouble with these and they fitted first time. Even though I used the vehicle on track it was fine on the road, naturally watch out for potholes. One advantage of having slightly harder springs though is that when the cars loaded up you don't get as much scraping as the ride height changes.

    Hope this gives you a bit more of an insight into life with Coilovers, what makes have you been looking at?
     
     

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