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      06-13-2011, 11:19 AM   #1
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HP Autowerks | TC Kline BMW E82 1M Koni Double Adjustable Coilovers

TCKR Smart Design D/A Coilover System - Proven on the street and track, this system is unmatched by any other system on the market. TC Kline’s unique Smart Shock technology mated with our True Match VVS alloy springs (see springs) make this ride height adjustable kit the most versatile available. Incorporating separate external compression and rebound adjusters, the shocks can be dialed from street comfort to a full race setup in minutes.

These features combined with our complete selection of VVS alloy spring rates make this kit the uncompromising choice for street comfort and performance. The Smart Design System is perfect for driving school enthusiasts, autocrossers, club racers, and serious pro racers alike. We can also build Double Adjustable Struts and Shocks for use with stock diameter springs for competition classes which require stock configuration.

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***Camber plates are optional***
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Koni Sport Yellow, Single Adjustable, Double Adjustable Coilovers

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Koni direct replacement sport shocks, single adjustable coil overs, double adjustable coil overs...All E8x/9x applications in stock and ready to ship! We even have some E36 and E46, Z3 and Z4 single and double adjustable coil overs too!
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      10-20-2011, 07:54 PM   #3
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I have these installed and they are awesome. Much better than I anticipated.

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I have these installed and they are awesome. Much better than I anticipated.

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Aren't they great!

What spring rates did you go with? Camber plates or stock upper mounts?
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      10-22-2011, 10:46 PM   #5
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What's the difference between the VVS and Swift springs?
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      10-27-2011, 11:19 PM   #6
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What's the difference between the VVS and Swift springs?
Different materials. VVS is made in Germany and Swift is made in Japan.
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      10-28-2011, 09:28 AM   #7
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Different materials. VVS is made in Germany and Swift is made in Japan.
So what makes the Swift springs better than VVS?
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      10-28-2011, 09:32 AM   #8
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So what makes the Swift springs better than VVS?
This link may tell you a bit more:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...ht=spring+test
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      10-28-2011, 09:35 AM   #9
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Very nice. Thanks for sharing!
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Hey HPA, I have a question for ya. How do your swift springs compare to the custom springs that TC Kline actually sells themselves? I have KW V3's now and I assume that after new springs that would probably require re-valving, it would be about the same price as selling my v3's and just buying a complete kit.
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Hey HPA, I have a question for ya. How do your swift springs compare to the custom springs that TC Kline actually sells themselves? I have KW V3's now and I assume that after new springs that would probably require re-valving, it would be about the same price as selling my v3's and just buying a complete kit.
In this post you can see an independent test on TCK vs Swift. Feel free to comment:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...65&postcount=2

If your KW has over 20K miles, replacement them or rebuild them before upgrading to higher rate Swift springs.

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No one knows more about TCK DA coilovers than HP Autowerks. We have been selling and installing these since 2006 on late model BMW's.

No other TCK dealer has more in inventory on these excellent coilovers than HP Autowerks!

We install and corner balance!

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- Do you feel that the D.A. is worth it over the S.A. kit?
- Has anyone tested the approximate limit of how much spring rate that the Konis can effectively work with?
- Also, do you have any "shop cars" curently running the TCKs? I ideally would like to find a 1'er equipped with these and get a feel for them, and how much spring I would like to use.
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- Do you feel that the D.A. is worth it over the S.A. kit?
- Has anyone tested the approximate limit of how much spring rate that the Konis can effectively work with?
- Also, do you have any "shop cars" curently running the TCKs? I ideally would like to find a 1'er equipped with these and get a feel for them, and how much spring I would like to use.
IMO, the compression adjustments are so worth it. I can't even describe to you the amount of adjustments you can do for compression on a DA kit. Not to mention when DAs you can go more aggressive on springs and still have a good ride.

I personally have #400 fronts, #700 rears. In order to run #700 rears you need M3 Subframe Bushings, as the OEM ones are too soft.

Feel free to PM me with any specific questions
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