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Thread in 'Driftworks Products & Enquiries' started by james, Sep 17, 2008.
Yeah, E34 ones are no problem, but I'm just waiting to clarify a couple of details before I stick them in the shop. Prices are the same as for the E36 fitments. The E34 ones are fixed rear ride height though and it's only a 40mm drop :ghey:
Well, that sucks
it does indeed and I'm trying to find out why that's the case.
the E30 ones are the same, but they come with an option for 40mm or 60mm lowered rear springs (we've only listed the 60mm options in the shop)
Do you sell the rear springs seperatly? and idea on the spring rate of them?
e36 subrames would sell well, as mike said the setup in an e36 makes low seat positioning a ball ache, doable tho.
I'm confused why you have problems fitting a seat in the E36?? It's got flat, parallel mounting bolts, really not hard to make a fixed rail to fit!!! I've seen some subframe designs for E36 and it usually ends up with the seat miles in the air, I think a universal fixed rail is the best option for them.
aye fixed seat is simple ive always fitted sliding efforts and theyre a pain.
any vague chance of e34 adjustable top mounts? Long shot i know.
The 213,000mile standard stuff on the 540i can't wait to unbolt its self and climb into the wheelie bin!
Are these e34 coilovers still available????
We're not going to be stocking the E34 kits, they're not a complete enough solution with no ride height adjustment and require modifying the struts. Sorry!
Oh!..looks like I'll be sellin the 540 then...