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      02-26-2015, 01:02 PM   #1
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I have a 2015 BMW X5 with M-Sport package. I have 4 springs on my truck and H&R only offer springs for self-leveling. Anyone know if there are lowering springs available for my vehicle?

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AC Schnitzer makes a set for the self leveling cars.
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PM member r33 his shop has a great kit for our F15's.
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AC Schnitzer makes a set for the self leveling cars.
his ride is not self leveling
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Baquan , I just found out yesterday that ACS have the 4 spring kit for our F15 now. The other option is my spring setup.
PM me for the pricing, I can offer you either ACS or my spring setup.
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his ride is not self leveling
D'oh! Early morning fail in reading. Thanks.
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Baquan , I just found out yesterday that ACS have the 4 spring kit for our F15 now. The other option is my spring setup.
PM me for the pricing, I can offer you either ACS or my spring setup.
Thanks r33 PM sent.
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@Baquan, got it and replied.
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I have an F15 X5 50i M Sport with the Schnitzer front springs that drop the front ~30mm and the self-leveling rear suspension reprogrammed to drop the rear ~20mm. Love the way it rides, handles and looks.

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