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H&R Springs for 1995 E36 M3 PRICE $275 Fitted to car June 2016. They were on the car for <20,000 kms. They were removed to fit OEM M3 springs. Will fit 1995 M3 for sure. Will fit other E36 but require large front upper seat from earlier car. See this link https://www.bimmerworld.com/BMW-Upper-Spring-Plate-1995-E36-M3.html I will try to obtain some of these (used) to improve chance of a sale Photo of car is with these springs installed. PM if interested. Located Raglan/Hamilton
Selling to fund another BMW related project. Tighten up.that rapidly appreciating classic E34 or E32 up with this classic Koni / H&R combo! New in box, unused. Use the links for more information Ideally sell as a package Open to offers around $1300 or swaps with E30 / M52 / M62 goods. Can assist in fitting if your a GC. Located TGA but can ship at buyers expense. Front Shocks x2 8641 1224 SPORT E34 KONI Sport Yellow Front Shock (bimmerworld.com) Koni Performance Street.pdf (bimmerworld.com) Rear Shocks x2 8240 1076 Sport KONI Sport Yellow Rear Shock - BMW E34 (non-EDC) (bimmerworld.com) Springs x 4 H&R 29672-1 HR Sport Springs H&R Sport Springs - E34 525i (bimmerworld.com) Rear subframe mounts Subframe Mount - Lemforder 33311129760 | FCP Euro
I’m wanting to change the springs/shocks on my ’91 E30 325i Convertible. A PO has fitted aftermarket springs that have lowered the car ~45mm (currently 310mm front, 320mm rear – height from centre of wheel to top or arch). It is still on standard Sachs shocks, so needless to say the ride is terrible. I have become very diligent at avoiding minor road imperfections to avoid hitting the bump stops constantly. I don’t want to go back to stock springs and have the massive stock fender gap at the front. It’s my daily driver and won’t see any track use. I don’t mind/like firm suspension, I just want to avoid having an overly jarring ride/hit bump stops regularly. I’m currently thinking about one of two options: Option 1: M Technic spring set (apparently still available according to Pelican Parts) and Bilstein HD (B6) shocks, with 3mm spring seat at front and 5mm at rear. (Lowering height over stock anyone? I read in US forums anything between nothing and 15mm) Option 2: H&R sport springs and Bilstein Sport (B8) shocks, with 9mm spring seat at front and 10mm spring seat at rear (I’m only specifying these as I don’t want to go too low). (H&R springs lowering apparently 1.4” at front .75” at rear) (Both of the above options are with the convertible specific springs to carry extra weight at rear) My question is, does anyone happen to run a similar setup on their E30 and how do they find this on NZ roads (subjective I know), or any other suggested setups? Also if anyone runs either kit, how much did they find it actually lowered the car?