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Old 19-Oct-2010, 02:29 PM
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He's talking about for the E34
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Hmmmmm.....judging from this listing on the Eibach website i think id prefer the lower stance achieved by the Sportline Kit rather than the Pro Kit:

PRO-KIT PERFORMANCE FEDERN
Model Pro-Kit
535 I 01.1988 - 09.1995
E2013-140
Front 25-35 mm
Rear 20-30 mm

SPORTLINE SPORTFAHRWERKSFEDERN
Model Sportline
535 I 01.1988 - 09.1995
E20-20-003-01-22
Front 45-50 mm
Rear 30 mm

Whats the price difference if any between the two kits?

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I'm not sure exactly what the price difference is between the kits but the Sportline is a bit cheaper (less spring).

The thing is that as the Pro-Kit only drops the car by 30mm front and back you can install it without changing the standard shocks but with the Sportline dropping the front by 45-50mm I'm pretty sure you'll have to replace the shocks with ones to suit.
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I'm not sure exactly what the price difference is between the kits but the Sportline is a bit cheaper (less spring).

The thing is that as the Pro-Kit only drops the car by 30mm front and back you can install it without changing the standard shocks but with the Sportline dropping the front by 45-50mm I'm pretty sure you'll have to replace the shocks with ones to suit.
Hmmmm.....I would be very tempted by the lower stance of the Sportlines, unless someone has a picture of a M5 running the Prokit to guage from? I dont want to get the Prokit and after fitment realise its not the perfect stance....especially when the Sportlines could potentially be pefection!
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