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post #1 of 6 Old 4th March 2008, 04:52 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone here running coilovers?

If you are, I would like to see some pics. I have the RD sport springs on my M, but it's still not low enough for me. I have searched but can't find any pics of a E60 M5 that sits really low..

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I think there are a couple of company in Japan who actually makes coilovers for the M5. I think it's called RedHot or some sort.

You do loose the EDC function completely though.
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I have KW v3 on my car but it doesnt sit really low. I use to have RDsport as well and i have adjusted to c/o to basically how low the RDsport springs sit because it looked perfect with my 21's

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That would look awesome ...how about a bagged M5, nice....Tubbed, flaired, smacked down......ya baby

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That would look awesome ...how about a bagged M5, nice....Tubbed, flaired, smacked down......ya baby
You got one??

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