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Old 27th April 2007, 16:21   #1
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Dinan Stage 1 / 2 suspension question

I did a search and didnt have any luck finding a E60 M5 using Dinan stage 1 or 2 suspension with stock wheels (not to say i'm any good with the damn search funtion ) - was looking for any pics if available.

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Here you go (before and after photos) -- Dinan Stage 2 Suspension Report w/Photos. But I think the car looks a little lower now because the springs settled more after the "after" photo was taken.
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After looking at Tom's pictures http://m5s.us/Public/E60/Wood/M5/M5%...2-14-2007.html there seems to be a big difference in drop - it doesn't seem like Dinan or BMW would have that much variance I could be wrong. Any other thoughts or pictures?
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