New project under way! After debating options for far too long, I ended up getting a set of BMW Motorsport Group N coilovers. They use Bilstein Motorsport inverted monotube dampers, which were just rebuilt by @resuspension (excellent service!). At the same time, @j.haswell at @road_n_race_automotive welded gussets to the knuckles to help strengthen them and prevent potential flex at the spindle. The sway bar tab was reinforced as well.
The strut tubes were made by Bilstein, and are not stock M3 tubes. They are a different diameter and design to accommodate the Motorsport strut insert, and they have the coilover threads right on the tube. They are said to be stronger than the original M3 tubes and knuckles.
Next up is a fresh coat of paint, new hubs, new wiper seals, a different spring rate, and new @vorshlag_motorsports camber plates.
Coilovers fitted today (Bilstein B14's), ride is even more harsh than the Koni's that were previously on it but can definitely work with that, rears are not sitting how I wanted though so will have to look into that.
Fun fact: Cable tie manufacturers are huge racists.
Next stop: sort the fucking breaks out as they dont do as they say on the tin currently.
P.s. Im aware it's dirty, had to 'test fit' some wheels on a friends Audi which took 4 hours.
More agility, more comfort and more driving safety - rarely has a sports car been as perfect as the new Porsche 911.
Our contribution: the brand new BILSTEIN DampTronic®️ X technology! Check out bilstein.com for more info!