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 Posted: Jul 8, 2021 01:30PM
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"lorriesims" is a SPAMMER!!

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"Hang on a minute lads....I've got a great idea."

 Posted: Jun 17, 2021 05:43PM
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Have you looked into the Bilstein B6 or B8 shocks? They're amazing and will transform the ride without lowering.
I’ll give them a look, thanks!

 Posted: Apr 18, 2021 06:00AM
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Have you looked into the Bilstein B6 or B8 shocks? They're amazing and will transform the ride without lowering.

 Posted: Apr 12, 2021 09:58AM
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All suspension upgrades are considered 'performance' products for improved handling.

All the performance coilover upgrades with adjustable height that we offer will lower the car almost an inch, even at the highest setting.

Performance Adjustable shocks will allow you to adjust the damper settings soft to firm, but even at the softest setting, they will be noticeably firmer than stock. They will not provide stock ride quality.

Unfortunately, we do not offer any adjustable dampers that range from stock ride quality to performance settings...

The current 3rd generation F-series MINIs have a Dynamic Damper Control where you can change settings from stock to firm, but this is not available for your 2nd generation R-series MINI...

 Posted: Apr 12, 2021 09:28AM
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Hey everyone! I have a 2007 Mini Cooper S that I am looking to get upgraded suspension for. I want something that I can adjust the ride quality on but I do NOT want to lower my mini. I want my mini at stock height because of where i live and the roads I am usually on. I scrape enough as is coming in and out of parking lots and do not need to be dong it more lol. So does anyone have and suggestion for a good adjustable suspension that I can keep at stock height?

Ideally I was looking at the Bilstein Clubsport, but haven't seen a ride height on them and would prefer to spend half that price (as they are $4500 for a set)

This is my daily summer car and I would like something I can adjust for a more comfortable day to day ride. Thanks for all the help!