Jet Black E46

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  1. 30 Jun 2020 at 2:33 PM #41
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  2. 30 Jun 2020 at 2:56 PM #42
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    The car looks great, Also the photographer did a really good job with the photos on the first page. Its hard to capture the lines of a black car especially in low light against a sunset and he did really well. Do you have a link to the photographer so i can check out his other work?

    Were the wheels spaced before you went with the koni h&r's? I think spacing usually accentuates and arch gap. It looks quite low now, it would be good to get more feedback on the suspension after you've driven it a bit more.
     
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    Thanks, Yes the wheels were spaced out 15mm on the front and 12mm on the rear. The rear is slightly catching now when is go over bad imperfections in the road. However I am getting the car aligned and maybe adding some camber may get rid of this. Worse case scenerio will have to swap to 10mm's on the back. So far the car seems to drive very nice. Suspension isn't to crashy and feels like a nice ride.

    The koni's have been set to the popular fast road settings - 60% firm on front and 50% firm on the rear.
     
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