SF Racing Sport Coilovers for the 1975-1983 BMW 3 Series are the best coilovers available for street-driven cars. SF Sport Coilovers were designed to give a wide range of ride height adjustability without reducing the spring travel. Each corner of the car has 32 levels (or clicks) of damping adjustability. This combines both the rebound and compression into one adjustment knob. The coilovers also use rubber top mounts to help reduce the noise that typically comes with high performance aftermarket coilovers. SF Coilovers come standard with an anodized coating to protect against rust and corrosion caused by extreme use and harsh external elements.
SF Racing parts are manufactured from high quality products sourced from around the world while still maintaining a very affordable price. SF Racing Sport Coilovers are the perfect setup for your daily driver.
|Vehicle||1975-1983 BMW 3 Series|
|Damper Model||Sport Series|
|Damping Adjustability||1-Way: Rebound and Compression|
|Spring Rates||Front: 8 kg/mm
Rear: 6 kg/mm
|Top Mounts||Front: Rubber
|Camber Plates||Front: Camber
|Important Notes||Front lower mounts require modification|
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Hello, I noticed in the description of these coilovers it is ensured that they are a 100% bolt on performance suspension option for the E 21 chassis. I am sure this is a typo. The e21 only accepts cartridge type dampers that fit inside the strut housing/steering knuckle. I have had several cars that have this design including 80’Volvo 242 GT, 72’ BMW 2002, I built coilovers for both cars, and the left and right knuckle must be welded to all other aftermarket coilovers, as to locate it/ attach it. Or you must cut off the spring perch weld on a ring so that a new adjustable sleeve can be assembled on the the strut housing hope this all makes sense! I’m sure any one that is interested in getting Coilovers for these cars will already know this
You are completely right. Some kits do require modification like this one. The front lower mount requires cutting and welding. You can see more at this link: