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      04-11-2014, 07:36 PM   #1
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ACS springs installed

Finally got around to install my ACS springs,
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      04-13-2014, 07:31 PM   #2
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nice!!!!!!! my acs springs should be here tomm cant wait
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where did you get the ACS spring? how much?
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nice!!!!!!! my acs springs should be here tomm cant wait
Sweet your gonna love them post pics after install
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where did you get the ACS spring? how much?

Ask for Andreas

AC Schnitzer USA
German Tuning Corporation
1711 McGaw Avenue
Irvine, CA 92614
phone: *949.863.0015
andreas@acschnitzer-us.com
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Is it me or does your ACS springs sit just as low as H&R now. How many mm did it lower your car?
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Very nice
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Is it me or does your ACS springs sit just as low as H&R now. How many mm did it lower your car?

ya I was also surprised about the drop, if you look at the part numbers the XI part numbers are different than the regular 535i. The part number for the 535xi share the part number with the 528xi and that is due to the fact that the XI have a higher permissible axle load. Same goes with the 550xi share the same part number as the 535i because of this permissible axle load.


I still don't understand it 100% but do have an E-mail to ACS

Maybe someone has a better understanding than I do. Read this off of their site.
http://preisliste.ac-schnitzer.de/ac...3130210710.pdf

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ya I was also surprised about the drop, if you look at the part numbers the XI part numbers are different than the regular 535i. The part number for the 535xi share the part number with the 528xi and that is due to the fact that the XI have a higher permissible axle load. Same goes with the 550xi share the same part number as the 535i because of this permissible axle load.


I still don't understand it 100% but do have an E-mail to ACS

Maybe someone has a better understanding than I do. Read this off of their site.
http://preisliste.ac-schnitzer.de/ac...3130210710.pdf



3133210110 Front springs for the 535xi

3133210310 Front for the 535I
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I won't lie this is definitely the lowest drop I've seen from acs. It looks great just wondering what's different mine definitely doesn't sit that low.
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