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Does The Ultimate Driving Machine leave you wanting more? Upgrading your BMW suspension offers some of the best bang-for-your buck in enhancing the performance of your vehicle. modbargains offers a full line of suspension upgrades to suit your unique tastes and your application. From basic lowering springs and shocks to full on adjustable coil-over suspension, you'll find it here.

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What are BMW Coilover Suspension Systems?

A coilover, or Coil-Spring-Over-Strut is a shock absorber with a coil spring surrounding the shock, which are assembled as a unit before they're installed in a vehicle, as opposed to on many vehicles where the spring and strut are separate. Most aftermarket coilovers are adjustable and are adjusted using a threaded spring perch to adjustably lower ride height, and typically have knobs to adjust damping, also called "stiffness". Coilovers typically allow the greatest drop in ride height and are the best solution if "maximum handling performance" is the goal of your build. While they are typically more expensive than lowering springs, this is not to say that coilovers are not just for track racing - they have excellent street and stance applications as well. There are two types of coilover - a full coilover and slip-on coilovers. Full-coilovers are matched up with a shock from the factory, whereas slip on coilovers are really just adjustable coil springs. Not all coilover brands are created equal - be wary of lesser devices from no-name manufacturers as they may not perform or ride as well as a quality coilover.

What suspension brands does modbargains offer?

Wondering where to buy Bilstein Shocks? Can't find the H&R Suspension Sport Springs you want? We offer the finest brands in handling performance including H&R Suspension, CKS Suspension, Cusco, Eibach, Koni Suspension, KW Suspension, Rogue Engineering and more, and have a full line of upgrades including sway bars, chassis bracing and other specialty parts unique to the suspension of your vehicle. We have a full line of products from each manufacturer, from Bilstein PSS10s to KW Street Comfort coilovers. Our Modification Experts have the knowledge and talent to set you up with the best suspension for you - if you just want to lower the car or make more serious alterations to the handling characteristics of your vehicle, we can recommend the best options for you.

Can I raise my suspension with coilovers?

No. While specialty "lifted" RALLY coilovers that do not lower the car exist for off-road and rally-cross applications and lift-kits exist for the purpose of increasing ground clearance, this is not what coilovers are designed to do.

Do I have to buy Camber/Caster Plates to use coilovers?

No. While Camber/Caster plates do really allow you to "dial in" your suspension, you do NOT need them in order to run coilovers - in fact, most applications are just fine without them. Unless you really need 5 degrees of negative camber, you do NOT need Camber Caster plates.

What are Lowering Springs and Sport Springs? What's the difference?

A Spring is a mechanical device used to store energy, and then release it to ease shock, or to keep a specific distance between wheels and surface of road. It is part of the suspension system. Lowering springs, as the name implies, were created for the express purpose of lowering the ride height of your vehicle by a set amount, typically with retaining some degree of comfort in mind but these springs put aesthetics first. Lowering springs replace your OEM springs to lower your BMW's ride height. Sport Springs, on the other hand, while they usually lower your vehicle, they are typically more conservative than lowering springs in the amount of drop and aim to improve handling more than aesthetics, often with a different spring rate than OEM to change the vehicle's ride and handling characteristics. Sport Springs are ideal when you want to improve handling without resorting to a more expensive coilover setup. Sport Springs or Lowering Springs should be paired with a lowering shock that can compensate for the reduction in ride height to best retain ride quality. Another method of lowering vehicles is cutting springs, which means cutting a certain amount of coil off of a spring, however this is best left to professionals as improperly cutting the springs will cause your BMW to ride rough and cause serious damage to other components.

What is Air Bag Suspension / Air Suspension?

Air Suspension is a type of suspension that is powered by an air pump or compressor. The compressor pumps the air into a flexible bellows, which inflates and raises the chassis of your car from the axle. Air Bag suspension is often used in place of conventional springs in super heavy duty applications like trucks and buses, but has become common in automotive use as well. The primary advantage of air bag suspension is that it's actively adjustable- meaning you could scrape the pavement down the street no problem, then when you see a pothole or speed bump, air up the suspension and glide over it. This allows for much lower stationary ride height (ideal for shows) or for daily driver use of an extremely-low car. Many modern systems even incorporate a computer that controls the ride for both improved handling and ride quality. Additionally, airbag suspension has the added benefit of an extremely smooth ride, as you are literally riding on a cushion of air. The first factory-air-suspension car was built in 1957 and though air suspension is relatively rare, many cars with air suspension are produced today, including such marques as: Maybach, Rolls Royce, Lexus, Jeep, Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz, Land Rover, Audi, Subaru, Volkswagen, Lincoln and even Ford. For the smoothest ride and the lowest possible height when parked, air suspension is an ideal solution.

What are sway bars? What do anti-sway bars do?

Well, first off - "sway bars", "anti-roll bars" and "anti-sway" bars are all the same thing, sort of like how "pants" and "trousers" or "color" and "colour" mean the same thing. Sway bars are among the best things you can do for your BMW as far as bang-for-the-buck performance is concerned. The Sway Bars help reduce body roll during fast cornering or over irregularities in the surface of the road. The sway bar itself connects the left and right wheels on axle together through short lever arms (sway bar endlinks) linked by a torsion spring (the sway bar itself). A sway bar increases the roll stiffness of your suspension. While most sway bars have set spring rates, some are adjustable by increasing or decreasing the length of the lever arms (sway bar endlinks). Some BMW models, like newer 7-series even feature an active sway bar that can be adjusted automatically in real-time by an onboard computer, reducing body lean in turns while improving rough-road ride quality.

How will my car look lowered?

At modbargains, we know that you put a lot of thought and consideration into your potentially purchasing lowering suspension kits, that's why our cutting-edge media team regularly shoots photos and produces videos to show you what your product will look like installed as well as offer helpful hints and tips for your own installation. We let you SEE how the car will sit lowered and WATCH how it rides to make an informed buying decision. Our detailed photos let you see how the drop will look on your car. What's more, we allow you to review the parts we sell, for instance like our Bilstein Shocks reviews.


Can modbargains Install My Suspension?

Yes, we sure can. From fitting coilovers or airbags to just replacing blown shocks, we can do it. If you're local to Southern California, we're located in La Habra, CA, just 15 minutes away from world-famous Disneyland. We're not your average automotive repair shop- we specialize in installing aftermarket suspension products that other shops just can't handle. We can install coilovers, lowering springs or even air suspension if you want to 'bag your car.

Give us a call today at (714)582-3330 to upgrade your BMW Suspension, or chat online to request a quote and set up an appointment.
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