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  • E36 M3 stock ride height

    I have a 95 M3 and almost positive the suspension is stock, only owned it a month, but I noticed the stance is low compared to stock non-M E36s. I have another E36 with Eibach sport springs and Koni shocks and it is only 3/4" lower than the M3. I was thinking of swapping the suspension but now I'm not sure I will gain much. Yes, the Eibach/Koni setup is M3 and has offset strut mounts.

    Is the stock M3 suspension lower than non-M? Thoughts?

  • #2
    No, it shouldn't be, though I'm not 100% sure.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TexaZ3 View Post
      No, it shouldn't be, though I'm not 100% sure.
      Spring rates are different and I do feel they sit slightly lower. It could also be that your suspension is rather worn out?
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      • #4
        Both stock. Both Automatics (which call for different spring rates). 328i was a non sport though.


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        • #5

          Thanks guys. It looks about right to me. I just remember seeing stock, non-m and there seemed to be 4" of gap between the tire and fender.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Braymond141 View Post
            Both stock. Both Automatics (which call for different spring rates). 328i was a non sport though.

            Brett- do you happen to have a list of spring and springs rates for each m3 variant?

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