Reviewed By Brice H (Sanford, NC) Reviewed for a 1993 BMW 3-Series —7/11/2011 4:04 PM
My 93 BMW 325is was starting to sag and perform poorly in the corners. I had been looking for an alternative to lowering my vehicle as well but didn't want to spend $1500 or more for a set of coil overs. Paired up with a new set of Bilistien B6 sport shocks, I got the lower ride and super improved performance ride I was looking for. If you are on the fence about getting these springs, don't be! Spend the money and you won't regret it. I recommend getting a new set of shocks/struts while you are at it. In addition, I also changed my Rear Trailing Arm Bushings and had plans to change my camber arms (not available here though) but found that I didn't need it. The Appearance was "Good" because the Eibach name was scrapped off or poorly painted on. Other than that, it is a very nice spring with a nice ride. They are painted dark gunmetal gray with white writing in the middle of the spring. They are about an 1" shorter than the stock spring and make a HUGE difference in how the car handles. I know the shocks make a big difference too.