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H&R Sport Springs for 2014+ BMW 228i/M235i RWD [F22] 28891-2 / 50482


Quick Overview

Sku # : HR-Sport-Springs-BMW-F22-228i-M235i-ng
F22 H&R Sport Springs Benefits
  • Compatible with OEM shocks
  • Improved stance enhances appearance of your F22
  • 100% made in Germany for Peace of Mind
  • Enhances Handling Performance for a More Thrilling Drive




Vehicle Model Years Sport Suspension? Approx. Front Drop Approx. Rear Drop Part No.
228i RWD Coupe F22 2014+ w/ Sport Suspension 1.0" .80" 50482
228i RWD Coupe F22 2014+ w/o Sport Suspension 1.4" 1.2" 50482
M235i RWD Coupe F22 2014+   1.0" 1.0" 28891-2

These H&R Sport Springs for your new F22 2-Series provide your 228i or M235i coupe or cabrio with a lower stance to improve handling and appearance without compromising ride quality. Most importantly the F22 H&R Sport Springs are designed to work with your stock shocks - a direct replacement for your current suspension springs.

By replacing your stock suspension with the F22 H&R Sport Springs you can expect a lower stance in the front and rear. Successfully lower your 2-Series with a proven H&R suspension, the F22 H&R Sport Springs.

Installation for the F22 2-Series Coupe and Cabrio H&R Sport Springs is classified as moderate hard. You will need standard tools to disassemble your suspension, in addition to a spring compressor. Professional installation is highly recommended for this product.

About Lowering Springs

Aftermarket lowering springs like the H&R Sport Springs are commonly used to lower the ride height and to reduce body roll. This is also often done when upgrading to a larger wheel and tire package to minimize unsightly wheel gap. When trying to decide which lowering springs are right for you, your goal should not be to drop down the car as far as possible. In many cases, overly lowering your F22 may actually be illegal for road use and cause it to perform worse than it did stock. Ideally using springs to lower your F22 are best done between 1" and 2", any lower and you would be better suited going with a coilover setup.

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