H&R Springs work up the F30 BMW 335i

Current trends in the way the tuning industry seems to be going aren’t the most glamorous of affairs. Whereas once big names produced an incredible package now and then, these days everybody is doing it.

With so much to pick from and so many people competing to be different, it’s not wonder to hear about some of them screw up big time on these ideas.

F30 BMW 3 Series with H&R suspension

F30 BMW 3 Series with H&R suspension

This tends to happen quite often when it comes to styling yet we’ve seen plenty of mistakes for the technical side as well.

We love the technical side as BMW fans, especially when it’s done right and you end up with a pig-like handling machine with the beloved badge.

If you want to get handling done right, there’s just a few names out there that you can call upon. If you don’t like the sound of KW Suspension, you’ll be calling upon H&R Springs.

F30 BMW 3 Series with H&R suspension

F30 BMW 3 Series with H&R suspension

Their new package is showcased on the F30 335i, the more powerful of the 3 Series current lineup and sports a price of $1.680.

For that kind of money you get an adjustable kit which can range in drop between 1.5 and 2.6 inches for the front and 1.3 to 2.3 for the rear.

With the new bits, H&R Springs decided to go for a new set of brakes, a set of 20 inch O.Z. Ultraleggera HLT wheels and a new set of tires.

F30 BMW 3 Series with H&R suspension

F30 BMW 3 Series with H&R suspension

All that extra sporty feeling will make great use of the Michelin Super Sport tires that offer so much more grip than the standard setup.

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  1. Tony November 9, 2012

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