They picked Eibach and all accessories. I am pretty sure they have tried different setup as the spring perch will rub with the front tire when the car is lowered. I think there maybe other way to fix this problem than just let the spring move freely at full extension. I am bringing another wheel spacer that is 5mm wider and it should fix the problem (just dont like to to even wider at the front). However my current wheel is OEM spec (255/40R19) and I have already used spacer to make it 0.3" wider than the OEM setup. If that wont clear the shock then these MCS shocks will not have a chance to fit with OEM spec if you want to lower the car.Could the mistake be with the thrust arms and the tie rods? It seems weird that the camber-caster plates would alter the wheelbase is such a dramatic way.
There are a few things that are somewhat logical:
-You certainly can run without helper springs in the front & rear
-I googled the shop and their FB has your car on there, looks like they did try the setup with the helper installed
-The zip ties seem to suggest they where thinking ahead to keep the spring aligned and in place at full extension
-The back helper+spacer, where those specifically chosen by the shop, or are they packaged by Eibach
Not trying to defend the shop, but these hurdles are very common when putting together high dollar builds where you're choosing specific components, and setups.
I posted the complete CCB guide here:This is awesome! Love what you’re doing to the car. I also have a 10 M6 and would love to do some of these things!
Could you explain more how you put on the CCB kit on the car? Also, love how the M3 wheels look!
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I pulled my HVAC in my e28m5. Why do you need HVAC? Any reason not to run a cool suit and driver air?I know HVAC system is very heavy but I do need climate control so they will stay.
Because this is not a strictly track only car, I still want to be able to drive it to the beach or mountain during weekend. Image you packed the car and go for a lunch then come back with 100 degree inside without AC to be able to cool it down...