bobm3 said:i have h&r coilovers and live in bklyn new york where the streets are like mine fields and i have the coilovers on my 2003m3 for around a year now. and my coilovers are just fine. going over the potholes and pumps of the city streets. so don't think very h& r coilovers are bad. i am going strong with my set babyyyyyyyyyy
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RENNsport said:If it did happen while you were doing donuts, it is not your fault. It would have broken regardless because there is a manufacture defect.
On every single H&R kit for the E46 M3 that I have seen, there has been a problem with the rear spring perches breaking/cracking. We refuse to sell H&R coilovers for that model car because of that. You can contact your H&R dealer for replacement of the part but there is no guarantees that it will remain intact.
I think what is refered to as the tensioner is the 2-pc spring perch which is what enables you to adjust the height.