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  2. Studdly_Studright
    07-04-2009 10:36 AM
    I'm on H&R sport springs. If you have the money I'd recommend coilovers, but if you just want to get rid of the xi wheel gap, the springs will be fine. I'm on stock shocks and struts, so the ride is bouncy but it doesn't really bother me. If I could do it all over again, I would go ahead and get the shocks and struts on while I had the springs off. I got the springs used for about $150 and one of my friends dads helped me put them on so installation was free but if you go to a shop it could be anywhere from $200-$400. Installation will probably be more than the springs haha
  3. Studdly_Studright
    07-03-2009 08:56 PM
    Hey man, thanks a lot! I got my csl front from dtm-spec.net and it was about $400 with shipping. I didn't want to install it myself because my neighbor has a garage and gave me a pretty good deal to paint, shave the licence plate brackets and install it. He charged about 200 but you should probably expect anywhere from 200-350 depending on the shop and how busy they are. If you have a facelifted sedan like me, you'll need two brackets from the dealer. Paul at dtm-spec will give you part numbers and they were $14 for both. Good luck on your modding and if you have any more questions feel free to ask.
  4. knudsonsm3
    06-30-2009 11:10 PM

    well thanks man! LOL
  5. knudsonsm3
    06-30-2009 07:38 PM
    who are you and why did you add me???
  6. InLoveWithE46
    06-30-2009 09:02 AM
    LOL, love the picture comment. And yes it brings me great joy :p
  7. InLoveWithE46
    06-28-2009 08:22 PM
    I actually can't tell you how much it was because I had, let's see I think I had a $7500 tab with all the stuff I had done and I didn't bother to get a break down. But you can find the CSL front for close to $300, I got mine from Euro-Spec for $325 (open-box). The fitment was damn near dead on and I know that there are places locally by me who will paint it for $200. So I would say you could get the front, paint and install for $600 easy if you know people.
    Thanks for the all the compliments, and yes, in the long run, the money doesn't mean a thing. The pride I have in that car is worth way more than what I spent.
  8. InLoveWithE46
    06-28-2009 12:24 PM
    Thanks for the compliments. Honestly, it cost a lot of money over the years. What you don't see is that my suspension has also been totally rebuilt with sway bars, coilovers, reinforced rear shock mount, performance brakes and rotors, exhaust, and the list continues. I would say suspension wise I spent ~$3500 maybe closer to $4k. Exterior mods cost about $6k including labor and rims. In total, I'd say to get it where it is today probably ran me about $12k. I also redid heating and cooling systems which wasn't cheap.

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