Ride lower, steer smoother and look hotter with Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs. These lowering coil springs drop your ride 1" to 1½", boosting performance and style. Ideal for frequently-driven street rides. Includes 4 progressive springs. Million-Mile warranty.
Fire up your speed racer’s handling with a trick set H&R Sport Lowering Coil Springs. By bringing your height down between 1.5” – 1.8”, these progressive lowering springs cut body roll, reduce wind resistance and close the gap in your wheel wells. Lifetime Defect Warranty.
Get low-profile appeal and killer performance with B&G Suspension S2 Sport Springs. These lowering coil springs drop your ride .5” to 2.5” for a sleek, modern look and racecar-inspired handling. Lifetime Warranty.
Lead the pack at the track with the help of H&R Race Springs. Custom designed to drop your ride height 1.75” – 2.5”, these racing suspension springs deliver uncompromised steering performance that you’ll feel in the seat of your pants. Lifetime Defect Warranty.
Bring some life to the daily commute with ST Suspension Sporttech Springs. These performance coil springs lower your ride up to 2” for a sporty stance that boosts handling without sacrificing smooth ride quality. Lifetime Warranty.
Not sure which 1993 BMW 3-Series Coil Springs are right for you? We have over 716 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"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." —Brice H from Sanford, NC bought an Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs for a 1993 BMW 3-Series, 325i.