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      01-28-2016, 11:21 AM   #1
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M2 M Performance suspension info (German)

Here is the full info and price in German...

From: http://www.1erforum.de/threads/m-performance-gewindefahrwerk-f87-m2.225684/

Die Nachrüstung M Performance Sportfahrwerk für BMW M2

Modelle erhöht die fahrdynamische Leistungsfähigkeit der Serienfahrzeuge
deutlich. Die zusätzliche Fahrzeugtieferlegung
(Gewindefahrwerk) sorgt nicht nur für ein dynamischeres Fahrgefühl,
sondern verstärkt auch das sportliche Erscheinungsbild
des Fahrzeuges.
Die Dämpferkraftverstellung erfolgt separat für die Zug- &
Druckstufe. Die verstellbaren Dämpfungskomponenten bieten
verschiedene individuelle Fahreigenschaften für Fahrdynamik
und Komfort.

Verkaufsargumente/Vorteile
  • Mit dieser noch sportlicheren Fahrwerksabstimmung wird
    eine hervorragende Straßenlage erreicht.
  • Ausgeprägt neutrales Fahrverhalten und deutlich reduzierte
    Wank-Bewegungen des Fahrzeugaufbaus.
  • Eine wesentlich direktere Anbindung des Fahrzeugaufbaues
    zur Fahrbahn steigert die Fahrdynamik deutlich.
  • Steigerung der Performance besonders bei hochdynamischer
    Fahrweise.
  • Optisch attraktive schwarze Edelstahldämpfer mit roten
    Schraubenfedern und blauen Federtellern.
    Vergleich zum Wettbewerb
  • Das Gewindefahrwerk wird mit der Erfahrung von professionellen
    Testfahrern abgestimmt.
  • Die Tests wurden auf mehreren Rennstrecken durchgeführt.
  • Das Fahrwerk wurde auch für verschiedene Straßenbedingungen
    ausgelegt.
  • Das Sportfahrwerk wurde entwickelt, um vom Rennsport inspirierte
    Fahrdynamik für den alltäglichen Straßeneinsatz zu
    bieten.
  • Die Materialauswahl erfolgte unter den Vorgaben, bestmögliche
    Haltbarkeit und Korrosionsbeständigkeit auf Serienniveau
    bieten zu können.
    Funktionalität
  • Die Höhenverstellung bietet einen Verstellbereich zwischen
    5-25 mm (5 mm niedriger als Serienstand).
  • Einstellbare Dämpfungstechnik unabhängig für Zug- und
    Druckstufe (16 Einstellungsoptionen der Zugstufendämpfung/
    12 Einstellungsoptionen der Druckstufendämpfung).
  • Hochwertige Dämpfungskomponenten für eine lange Lebensdauer.

Lieferumfang
  • 2 Edelstahl-Komplettfederbeine mit höhenverstellbarem Federteller
    für die Vorderachse
  • 2 Dämpfer für die Hinterachse
  • 2 einzelne Federn mit höhenverstellbarem Federteller hinten
  • Montagezubehör
Satzaufstellung siehe ETK.


33 50 2 413 033

1.962,18€ netto

Einbauzeit
ca. 5,0 Stunden
Verfügbar ab Ende März
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About $2150. Not too bad...
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Can someone translate to English please?
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Here is the full info and price in German ... From: http://www.1erforum.de/threads/m-per...f87-m2.225684/ Retrofitting M Performance sports suspension for BMW M2 models increases the driving dynamics performance of production vehicles significantly. The additional lowering of their vehicle (coilover) not only makes for a more dynamic driving experience, but also reinforced the sporty appearance of the vehicle. The damping force adjustment is done separately for the rebound and compression damping. The adjustable damping components offer various customized for driving dynamics and comfort. Sales features / benefits















This even sportier suspension tuning is
an excellent roadholding achieved.
Pronounced neutral handling and significantly reduced
Wank-movements of the vehicle body.
A much more direct connection of the vehicle body
to the road increases driving dynamics significantly.
Improving performance especially in highly dynamic
driving style.
Visually attractive black stainless steel muffler with red
coil springs and blue spring plates.
Compared to the competition
The coilover kit is with the experience of professional
tailored test drivers.
The tests were carried out on a plurality of race tracks.
The chassis was also used for various road conditions
designed.
The sport suspension is designed to inspired from racing
to driving dynamics for everyday road use
offer.
The choice of materials was carried out under the guidelines, best
durability and corrosion resistance to series level
to offer.
Functionality
The height adjustment provides an adjustment range between
5-25 mm (5 mm lower than original equipment).
Independently adjustable damping technology for rebound and
compression stage (16 settings options Rebound /
12 setting options of compression damping).
High-quality damping components for a long life.

Delivery
2 stainless steel complete with height-adjustable spring plate struts
for the front axle
2 dampers for the rear axle
2 individual springs with height-adjustable spring plate behind
Mounting Accessories
Set preparation see EPC. 33 50 2 413 033 € 1,962.18 net installation time ca. 5.0 hours Available from the end of March
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significantly reduced Wank-movements
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significantly reduced Wank-movements
So It would follow that the M2 with stock suspension is a wanker?
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significantly reduced Wank-movements
My favorite part, by far...
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      01-28-2016, 04:18 PM   #9
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I read somewhere that BMW will provide recommended setups for well-known race tracks.
Looking forward to seeing those.
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So, do we still have to pay for installation if we order the car with this suspension?

Here is the best answer I could find to my own question:
"BMW has stated that M Performance Suspension will come out in April. We really won't know that detail until it is time to order"

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So it's based on KW V3's and costs roughly the same. A little bit more expensive than M235i V3's and a bit more cheaper than M3 V3's.

No reason to buy original KW's IMHO.
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So it's based on KW V3's and costs roughly the same. A little bit more expensive than M235i V3's and a bit more cheaper than M3 V3's.

No reason to buy original KW's IMHO.
Exactly. Sounds like the best solution. Basically a KW3 developed by BMW M with full warranties for the price of the normal KW item.
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Exactly. Sounds like the best solution. Basically a KW3 developed by BMW M with full warranties for the price of the normal KW item.
Wow great stuff, guys. I think I've found my calling for suspension
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How easily can the suspension settings be tuned?
I hope compression and rebound have some kind of easily accessed knobs or screws.
I would hope that only ride height adjusmtents would require the wheels to come of
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How easily can the suspension settings be tuned?
I hope compression and rebound have some kind of easily accessed knobs or screws.
I would hope that only ride height adjusmtents would require the wheels to come of
Yes, there are knobs for compression and rebound. On the image below you can see on knob at the bottom of the shock and there will be one at the top too. But the one at the bottom of the shock isn't really easy to reach even though it is manageable.

You can change ride height without removing the wheels too if you have access to a lift and turn the wheels right/left depending on which side you are working on.

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Are these settings manually adjusted:

Independently adjustable damping technology for rebound and
compression stage (16 settings options Rebound /
12 setting options of compression damping).
High-quality damping components for a long life.

If not it's off to the friendly stealer but could get pricey until the "best" setting gets discovered...
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Are these settings manually adjusted:

Independently adjustable damping technology for rebound and
compression stage (16 settings options Rebound /
12 setting options of compression damping).
High-quality damping components for a long life.

If not it's off to the friendly stealer but could get pricey until the "best" setting gets discovered...
Yes, they are manually adjusted.

BMW will provide a recommended street setting and also a few different track settings (at least for the US). You don't have to go to the dealer to change the settings. You just do it yourself, I don't know where the rear shocks are adjusted but hopefully at the bottom so you don't have to tear down the interior in the trunk.
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Yes, they are manually adjusted.

BMW will provide a recommended street setting and also a few different track settings (at least for the US). You don't have to go to the dealer to change the settings. You just do it yourself, I don't know where the rear shocks are adjusted but hopefully at the bottom so you don't have to tear down the interior in the trunk.
That is just a pity IMHO

In this app age it would have been logical to make adjustments by iPhone, now that is what I would have called progress!
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That is just a pity IMHO

In this app age it would have been logical to make adjustments by iPhone, now that is what I would have called progress!
Agreed, or just have the stealer set to "track" and live with it
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That is just a pity IMHO

In this app age it would have been logical to make adjustments by iPhone, now that is what I would have called progress!
Then just get the Bilstein Ride control for the M2. They will be a lot more expensive though and I prefer this setup as I wouldn't use the different modes enough to warrant the price increase. The market for that (because of the price increase) is way smaller than this "manual" setup.

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Agreed, or just have the stealer set to "track" and live with it
When you have a set height it is quite easy to change the settings with the knob from street mode to track mode when it is necessary. No need to use the same setting on the road and track if you don't live in a country where the roads are kept smooth like a race track.
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Jesus. They don't even want to get their hands dirty these days!

If you want to use an app, buy KW DDC or the aforementioned Bilstein IRC.

It's not like you're gonna play with the adjustments every single weekend. Factory settings are fine for most...
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