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Old 02-10-2004, 05:24 AM   #1
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i want to lower my car but the ins. company won't let me so i want to use stock springs from a differant car will the M3 fronts and M Roadster Rears work if so What do i need to do to make the stock M3 front springs fit and the M Roadster rear springs fit in a 1998 318 ti can i just put the springs on or do i need more or if you have any advice i am open to it thanks in advance
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you've got to remember that the m3 is way much heavier(being a 6 cylinder) than the ti.they would probably fit but it won't lower your car like you'd expect (or probably not at all!).have you considered eibachs or h&r springs. i have no experience on these but surely, these will be on my ti if i decide to.goodluck
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Hey, I think it is the stage 2 H&R kit for a 328is, that I have and it is wonderful, I really don't scrape on anything, and the car is much lower. The springs are cheaper also.
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