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      05-23-2021, 02:43 PM   #71
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Drives: F30 335i xDrive M-Sport
Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: East

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Originally Posted by Eschmacher View Post
If you want to keep the adaptive suspension, bilstein makes plug and play shocks/struts in both stock (B4) and sportier (B6) versions. I have the B6 with H&R prokit springs, I really like the ride compared to the stock adaptive.
Bilstein also makes plug and play B16 coilovers now, and KW has had a plug and play coilover set for a bit, but I have read that the KWs are significantly firmer.

There's also the option of going to normal coilovers without adaptive features and coding out the adaptive function or buying the expensive EDC delete kits.
I'd like to keep the adaptive functionality, and a good balance between comfort and sportiness, as I do drive the car 60 miles every day. Wouldn't the Bilstein lower the car though?
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