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E90 M Sport shocks
18-12-2019, 10:47 AM,
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Gents.


So my epic90 needs front shocks.
It's M Sport BTW.

Problem is, Goldwagen price on Bilsteins is R 3650.
So 7k for both + around 1k for mounts maybe?

Thats 8k in total, 10% the value of my car, lmfao!


Anyways, whats the recommendations? Anyone bit the bullet recently? Wheres the best place and brand to get etc...



Thanks.

Samir, you breaking the car...
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18-12-2019, 10:51 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
(18-12-2019, 10:47 AM)husaindindar Wrote: Gents.


So my epic90 needs front shocks.
It's M Sport BTW.

Problem is, Goldwagen price on Bilsteins is R 3650.
So 7k for both + around 1k for mounts maybe?

Thats 8k in total, 10% the value of my car, lmfao!


Anyways, whats the recommendations? Anyone bit the bullet recently? Wheres the best place and brand to get etc...



Thanks.

I also need to do next year, pricey hey
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18-12-2019, 12:15 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
Went with Bilstein when I had, both the E90 and E92. No ragrets Thumbs

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18-12-2019, 12:59 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
(18-12-2019, 12:15 PM)SubLoaded Wrote: Went with Bilstein when I had, both the E90 and E92. No ragrets Thumbs

Can you recall how much it was ?
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18-12-2019, 01:04 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
check this site, not sure how good the brand is etc,

https://www.bossautospares.co.za/e90-sho...tings-2006
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18-12-2019, 07:26 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
I recently changed the shocks on my e90. The shocks, mounts and stabilizer links all came to about roughly R9000.

The Bilstein B4's are the direct replacement for the M sport suspension according to GoldWagon. I haven't had any issues with them as yet. IMHO they doing the job.

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18-12-2019, 08:01 PM,
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E90 M Sport shocks
B4s are an OE replacement
B6s are a sport upgrade for OE replacement
B8s are a sport upgrade for a lower car ie and Msport or lowered car.

I have B8s on my car and paid about R11k with mounts. Also did M3 control arms, new tie rods, stabilizer end links and poly sway bar bushes which was about R13k

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19-12-2019, 10:04 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
(18-12-2019, 08:01 PM)DieselFan Wrote: B4s are an OE replacement
B6s are a sport upgrade for OE replacement
B8s are a sport upgrade for a lower car ie and Msport or lowered car.

I have B8s on my car and paid about R11k with mounts. Also did M3 control arms, new tie rods, stabilizer end links and poly sway bar bushes which was about R13k

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So Golwagen quoted me on B8's.

Maybe should call them back and ask for B4's or 6's



Thanks
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19-12-2019, 10:04 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
Thanks guys for the responses!


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19-12-2019, 10:19 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
FYI for guys who are also on the hunt.


Golwagen B8's front - R3650 each


Koni Boksburg STRT front - R 1823 each rear - R 1389 each.




Hope it helps

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19-12-2019, 10:34 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
Call imcomex, i think i got 320d m sport shocks for under 3k.

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19-12-2019, 10:36 AM,
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E90 M Sport shocks
What e90 is it for. Technically the B8s are the correct shock.

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2009 E90 330d lci MSport
- Xcede SW + Xflow DP & Exhaust
- N54 Intercooler
- XHP Gearbox Flash
2003 E46 330d

EX:
2007 Polo 1.4 trendline
2006 E90 320d
2007 E90 320d msport Promotec + DP
2012 E70 LCI X5 3.0d XDrive
2009 Jeep Wrangler Saraha Unlimited
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19-12-2019, 03:07 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
I would have to say the KONI option is a no brainer. A fantastic product and serviceable so next time you don't have to replace. I did all four (supplied by Koni Boksburg) on my E82 earlier this year and can't fault the ride.

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19-12-2019, 03:28 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
Some pictures of the shocks fitted to the car. Orange isn't my first choice in colour but honestly you need to be looking for them to spot them when it's on the ground with wheels on. This is a 135i so M Sport suspension, same as the E90.
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Do and enjoy what you wish!

Ex - Formula M C Class
Ex - Formula M B Class
Ex - OPEL Corsa (B) GSi > 1994
Ex - MAZDA Rustler 2.0L FE3 > 1997
Ex - FORD Bantam 1.6 XLE Rocam > 2008
Ex - BMW E36 328i Cabriolet > 1998
Ex - OPEL Kadett E 2.0L (not a baby or superboss) > 1985
Ex - BMW E46 M3 Coupe MT6 > 2001
Ex - MAZDA 3 MPS MK1 > 2007
Current - FORD T6 Ranger 2.2 XLS > 2013
Current - BMW E82 135i Coupe MT6 > 2008
Current - BMW E90 330d AUTO > 2006
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28-12-2019, 12:58 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
please share the code for these as per GW, i have done a qoutation at GW near by me and want to make sure these are the right ones for my car, also E82 with Msport suspension.

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28-12-2019, 01:45 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
Rather fit the adjustable yellow Koni.
The price difference is small and the ride difference is huge.
Unless you are on a budget I would encourage you to consider the yellow.

They are closed till early January but can get you a price when they open if you wish.
Give me a shout

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28-12-2019, 06:56 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
Thank you Peter, please get me the prices please, but is there a difference between the orange one as per pic in Donz135 as we basically have the same setup in suspension, a bit scared of the adjustable as I have no experience yet of setting them up and where i live not sure if someone could help with the adjustment settings. Current ride height is Low/High enough. I do not mind spending a bit more for quality/reliability.

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28-12-2019, 08:14 PM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
The adjustable segment is on the damping side which effectively means that you can make the shock stiffer than the 1M shock should you so wish.
Height is not effected.

I shall get back to you.

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29-12-2019, 06:58 AM,
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RE: E90 M Sport shocks
(28-12-2019, 06:56 PM)Gordvisr Wrote: Thank you Peter, please get me the prices please, but is there a difference between the orange one as per pic in Donz135 as we basically have the same setup in suspension, a bit scared of the adjustable as I have no experience yet of setting them up and where i live not sure if someone could help with the adjustment settings. Current ride height is Low/High enough. I do not mind spending a bit more for quality/reliability.

The yellows have a damping adjuster on the top and they come with a little tool so you can screw them in or out for a harder or softer ride. Much easier to do the front as the top of the shock is exposed. The rear ones you'll have to set and forget cause removing carpets each time will get old fast...
The orange ones are basically a stock replacement shock and provide a great ride.

Tomorrow never stays and yesterday is just a page in the book of life.
Do and enjoy what you wish!

Ex - Formula M C Class
Ex - Formula M B Class
Ex - OPEL Corsa (B) GSi > 1994
Ex - MAZDA Rustler 2.0L FE3 > 1997
Ex - FORD Bantam 1.6 XLE Rocam > 2008
Ex - BMW E36 328i Cabriolet > 1998
Ex - OPEL Kadett E 2.0L (not a baby or superboss) > 1985
Ex - BMW E46 M3 Coupe MT6 > 2001
Ex - MAZDA 3 MPS MK1 > 2007
Current - FORD T6 Ranger 2.2 XLS > 2013
Current - BMW E82 135i Coupe MT6 > 2008
Current - BMW E90 330d AUTO > 2006
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29-12-2019, 07:43 AM,
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E90 M Sport shocks
What’s pricing like on oem ?


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