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    hi

    im looking to get some coilovers for my e46 330 convertible..

    ive seen these on ebay for £200-£300... but are they actually any good?

    has anyone had any experience with them?

    thanks
     
     

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    Lilo fitted some hottuning coilovers with the help or RYM, they might be able to give you some info on them, i think theyre good for the money, but very fidly from DIY if i can remember, ill find the post of lilo fitting them to his car and post it here for you!


    2002 E46 325ti - hottuning Coilover fitting attempt...


    hope this helps!
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    Make sure you get the shortened anti roll links that hottuning supply and purchase some 3/5mm wheel spacers

    The feedback appears to be good across the range, a very cost effective way of achieving your lowering requirements.

    hottuning are a forum vendor on here and offer members a discount
     
     

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