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5 hours ago, Mo_1986 said:

Yep based in Surrey, JD Motorsport ltd.

 

That's them! :lol: 

 

They're the company my pal got his from :) 

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Autodoc are usually ok, yeah I have had issues but they have managed to sort them, they are ok if you don't mine a 2 week wait.

 

Seriously, pay the extra and buy koni special actives, they make the ride so much better than Sachs or any other offering as they tame the harsh posthole crash M sports are renowned for.

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4 hours ago, GoNz0 said:

Autodoc are usually ok, yeah I have had issues but they have managed to sort them, they are ok if you don't mine a 2 week wait.

 

Seriously, pay the extra and buy koni special actives, they make the ride so much better than Sachs or any other offering as they tame the harsh posthole crash M sports are renowned for.

 

The price dc performance are selling the Koni special actives for is pretty much the same as what you can get the Sachs for now, tempting...

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2 minutes ago, Mo_1986 said:

A mate of mine has sachs shocks and hr springs on a 530d and the ride is superb.

 

Plus I've already ordered the sachs stuff :wink:

 

My touring rides superbly on the Sachs Sport spec shocks also; albeit an E39.

 

That's why I highly recommend them

 

It takes the bumps superbly

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1 minute ago, d_a_n1979 said:

 

My touring rides superbly on the Sachs Sport spec shocks also; albeit an E39.

 

That's why I highly recommend them

 

It takes the bumps superbly

Cant wait now :rolleyes:

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Not the greatest pictures but the car is now about 7mm lower at the front and rear 5mm.

The ride is still very comfortable at low speeds but when you put your foot down, in the corners theres hardly any roll.

Well impressed with the h&r's.

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Look's lovely Mo,

 

But after a few car park to floorpan interface scrapes while on holiday in Cornwall this year

Mine is not going any lower.

In fact I plan on fitting some new 19's but running 245/40/19 fronts & 275/35/19 rears which will

hopefully make the wheel arch gap a bit smaller but actually raise the car a touch & give me more 

rim protection from potholes & a smoother ride to boot.

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