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Old 29th December 2007, 21:05   #1
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Eibach Springs for the M5

I'm ready for a drop... I was going to do the full Dinan stage 2 suspension but can't seem to convince myself that its a low enough drop. So im doing the stage 2 minus their springs and go with another company that... now im leaning towards Eibachs because they are lower than the Dinan's springs but not too low like the RD and H&R. I cant seem to find any pics of an M5 with Eibachs... anyone know of any? Thanks in advance!

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They are nice in my VW...Tdi Beetle. now pushing 210 h.p.
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I would like to see the Eibach springs as well.
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They are nice in my VW...Tdi Beetle. now pushing 210 h.p.
any pics Santa?
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I went with Eibach b/c I used them on my 645Ci and the ride was good. The ride in the M5 just as comfortable as OEM springs.
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wow... thanks! I wonder how much lower the H&Rs are compared to Eibach.
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rxhealer... did you paint your brake calipers red, or did you upgrade the calipers?
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My car has the eibach springs as well. Hope this helps
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Bernie:

You can also look at all AC Schnitzer brochures or online for the look as they use Eibach springs as a general rule. They advertise a similair drop of 1.2 up front and .6 in the back (HR is 1.2 and .75), HR is always lower then Eibach from my past experience though.
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My car has the eibach springs as well. Hope this helps
Wow, that M5 is beautiful. Looks like Aplina styling!
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