For BMW 3 Series E36 90-99 325i 325tds Height And Damper Adjustable Coilover Suspension Kit

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Introduction

MXR-B3 series(also called MXR-SLC) based on MXR-B2 series(also called MXR-SNA) coilovers, which is also height adjustable but adds damping adjustment ability by a knob on the top of the shaft. They are also made for street use, but the 24 level rebound damping control allows you the ability to perfectly dial in your coilover setup. You will experience better ride quality in all road conditions.

Application

Compatible For BMW 3 (E36) 4-door sedan 316i; 318i; 318is; 320i; 323i; 325i; 325is; 328i; 318tds; 325td; 325tds; (09/1990-12/1998) 
Compatible For BMW 3 (E36) 2-door coupe 318is; 316i; 320i; 323i; 323is; 325i; 328i; 328is(09/1991-04/1999)
Compatible For BMW 3 Convertible (E36) 318i; 320i; 323i; 325i; 328i; (03/1993-04/1999)
Compatible For BMW 3 Touring (E36) 5-door wagon 316i; 318i; 318tds; 320i; 323i; 325tds; 328i (08/1994-12/1999)
Compatible For BMW Z3 (E36) Coupe & Roadster 1996-2002

Specification

Top mounts: pillow ball top mounts with camber plate
Damping: 24 levels rebound damping adjustable
Spring rate Front: 8 kg/mm (448 lbs/in)
Spring rate Rear: 7 kg/mm (392 lbs/in)
Spring length Front: 180mm
Spring length Rear: 183mm
Adjustable height: lowering 1-3inch
Coilover overall length Front: 560mm-683mm
Coilover overall length Rear: 450mm-535mm
Shock type: Twin tube
Spring Preload: 7-10 mm
Color: red

Package included

complete coilovers 2 front and 2 rear
a pair wrench for height adjustment

Dimension

weight: 27380g
size: 71*51*21 cm

Feature

1. Lowered height adjustment from 1''-3'' which allow lower center of gravity and also add a more aggressive stance
2. A 24 rebound damping adjustment level allows you the ability to perfectly dial in your coilover setup. You will experience better ride quality in all road conditions.
3. Twin-Tube structure allows sufficient stroke within the shock absorber
4. Separate height adjustment does not affect damper stroke
5. High Tensile performance spring – STRESS TESTED OVER 600,000 times while the spring distortion is less than 0.04%. Plus, the special surface treatment improves the durability and performance.
6. Height Adjustment tools included
7. Camber plate top mounts help to eliminate the need for a separate camber kit
8. Pillow ball top mount - It improves the steering feel and response
9. Most pieces in our Coilover systems, including mounts, collars and spring perches, are designed from 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum resulting in lightweight, durable and rust resistant components.
10. Full rebuildable


Warranty: one year warranty for any manufacturing defect

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Video:The Most Detailed Coilover Installation Guide For BMW E36

Here, we prepare a detailed MaXpeedingRods coilover installation guide. It’s kindly shared by one of our friends Jon Drives, who installed the coilover on his 1996 e36 328i, check the whole video below.

Below is a step-by-step installation guide for reference. 

INSTALL THE FRONT PIECE

Step 1: Get the car up in the air and pop the hood.
Step 2: Take off the three 18 millimeter bolts in the old suspension.

Step 3: Take off the three 13 millimeter bolts inside the engine bag on the top.

Step 4: Slide out the brake lines and speed sensors in the front in case that entire shocks come out.
Step 5: Put in the coilover, pay attention to the orientation of the camber adjustment plate.
Step 6: Unbolt the four hex bolts, you can slide the entire top at one way or another adding or taking out some camber.

Step 7: Lift up the lower control arm and lift the whole assembly up into the place that is the most convenient to you.
Step 8: Lowered the coil over a little bit to adjust the adjustability whenever you get it all fully installed.
Step 9: Get all bolts bolted up on all four corners.

Step 10: Adjust the hight of the coilover, use the spanner wrench offered by MaXpeedingRods to crack the jam nut loose when it’s tight, or you can take your hand and twist the top part if it’s not that tough.

INSTALL THE REAR PIECE

Step 11: Get to the two bolts on the top of the back-shop.
Step 12: Remove the battery and the piece of carpet carefully.
Step 13: Take off the back of the shock.
Step 14: Press down and pull it to get the old spring out.

Step 15: Swap over the rubber top hat onto the new spring.

Step 16: Adjust to make the spring compress less so it will be easier to get it into the car.

Step 17: Unthread the sleeve a little bit to leave more room to work with, and it will be eaiser to adjust as you need once it’s got up in the car.

Step 18: Get the coilover in the car properly.

DISCLAIMER: This install guidance was authorized by Jon Drives and this install guidance is for reference purposes only. Always follow professional instructions on how to set this up correctly, MaXpeedingRods is not responsible for any damage caused by inappropriate installation.


























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