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    I have had AP coilovers fitted now for a few months, Very happy with them. A slightly firmer than standard ride. But good for everyday use. Height adjustable only.

    AP Coilover Kits For BMW 3er M3 E36 (M3B, M3/B) [GF20-012] | e-Parts.co.uk
     
     

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    i know what you mean about spending silly money etc. luckily im a partner in a tuning and styling company and we distribute spax suspension. and managed to blag a set for a "demo" car.
     
     

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    HAHA Good lad!! Nothing wrong with free bits!!

    I work in the tuning trade and it is nice for the odd free bit offered!

    AP are OK, nice comfort levels and reasonable drop, one thing to note - When you go for an MOT just check to make sure there is no oil coming from the dampers as this happens A LOT!!! Just wipe it and MOT it.

    Trust me, I have put many 'leaking' damper warranties to KW (the people that make AP and Weitec) and more often than not they are rejected as working fine, yes you have a fail notice from the boys at the MOT station.... Takes the piss honestly!

    Sorry will not rant too much about that!! URGHHH!!

    Mike

    P.S give me £50 and I will fit them!
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    2nd> 2005 Seat Ibiza 1.9TDI FR
    3rd> 1991 VW Polo Coupe 1.3
    4th> 1990 Honda CRX Del Sol
    5th> 1998 BMW E36 328
    6th> 2003 BMW E46 M3
     
     

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