OZ///M5 said:Ok now I am confused. I am not sure what EDCIII shocks are.
Having done a careful analysis of the E34 M5's camber and toe curves, specifically how they change with ride height, I recommend that you stick with factory rear springs and keep the self leveling shocks.OZ///M5 said:I am just wondering whether the rear shocks on my E34 M5, the self levelling type, are rebuildable. If not what does everyone recommed as a spring/shock replacement.
Anyway. Spoke to a place in Brisbane who will do them. They have done them before a few times. Total cost of the rebuilt shocks and new accumulators is $1200AUD.
WW Shock Absorbers
33 Matheson St Virginia Queensland Australia.
(07) 3265 2133
Pass on my thanks to your Mechanic. Helpful fella that he is.
How much cash are you going to spend on your motor....??? Every time you post something more to improve your car has been done - fair play !!!illjah said:I just replaced my suspension 3.6 SLS set up with H&R springs all round, and koni shocks on the rears. Parts was less than 2 new SLS rear shocks that I needed. handling is vastly improved, and wafty roll eliminated. Slightly harder lower ride but def worth it.
eh-heheheheheheheJon Baker said:How much cash are you going to spend on your motor....??? Every time you post something more to improve your car has been done - fair play !!!
She will be a different car by the time you take her to the 'ring' next year.