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Thread: Looking for pictures of Koni Yellows with H&R Sport Springs on 17s

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    Looking for pictures of Koni Yellows with H&R Sport Springs on 17s

    Looking for pictures of Koni Yellows with H&R Sport Springs on 17s. I've seen pics on 18s and it looks good but I'd prefer to run 17s. If you're running this setup please post. Yes, I tried using search but came up with nothing or pics are no longer hosted. Thanks in advance!

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    I have them on both my M Roadster and my Z4 coupe. I will try to post some Picts tomorrow

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    This one was on Konis with H&Rs



    2002 Steel Gray over Imola Red M Coupe

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmartin03 View Post
    This one was on Konis with H&Rs
    Thanks for the pics! Looks pretty good. Now I don't know if I want to go with this setup to save money or go GC coilovers like I was originally.

    Quote Originally Posted by rboehl View Post
    I have them on both my M Roadster and my Z4 coupe. I will try to post some Picts tomorrow
    Thanks! Looking forward to more pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by rboehl View Post
    Hope this helps
    That helps a lot thanks! Cars look good!

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    Glad I found this.. this is the setup I will have once I get it all installed.. looks perfect to me, not too lowered, not too bling. Stoked.

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    Anyone else feel the H&R brings the rear end down 1/2 inch too far? Is there a spacer you can add to make this just right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffPortland View Post
    Anyone else feel the H&R brings the rear end down 1/2 inch too far? Is there a spacer you can add to make this just right?
    Here you go: https://www.bimmerworld.com/Suspensi...pring-Pad.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODOO View Post
    How would this impact handling? Obviously better to be higher in back than in front but less ideal? I'm guessing the low rear is optimal based on some H&R engineery thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffPortland View Post
    How would this impact handling? Obviously better to be higher in back than in front but less ideal? I'm guessing the low rear is optimal based on some H&R engineery thinking.
    No clue. Just giving you what you asked for. Don't think higher rear means better handling tho. And every shock is different so don't think that's intentional by H&R. If you want it higher just do what you like. Doubt you'll notice much difference in handling either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODOO View Post
    No clue. Just giving you what you asked for. Don't think higher rear means better handling tho. And every shock is different so don't think that's intentional by H&R. If you want it higher just do what you like. Doubt you'll notice much difference in handling either way.
    Thank you. I think I'll call TC Kline when I'm ready for this project. They sell H&R springs on their site and I'll go over pluses and minuses with them.

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    Got everything on and its perfect. Konis, H&R Sports, 17 wheels off a 435, and 20mm rear spacers.

    And maybe someday soon I can post picture!

    Quote Originally Posted by rallypanam View Post
    Glad I found this.. this is the setup I will have once I get it all installed.. looks perfect to me, not too lowered, not too bling. Stoked.

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