H&R Street Perf. Coil Over - F22, AWD M235I XDRIVE COUPE 2015-16 (28895-6)Sale
H&R Coil Overs Originator of true coil over suspension for the street
Recognizing a demand for premium suspension components tuned for the street—with race car features like adjustable lowering—H&R engineers rose to the challenge. Received in the market with great success, H&R Coil Overs feature an innovative mono-tube gas shock construction. Using premium quality materials, H&R engineers fine-tune each coil over shock with a progressive rate spring to ensure better handling and premium ride comfort.
Each vehicle specific coil over has a fully threaded, custom shock—allowing for adjustable vehicle height. Vehicle lowering is altered using easy to adjust spring seats. Adjustable lowering accommodates summer and winter conditions and allows you to dial in the perfect ride height to fit your personal style. H&R coil overs are designed for performance, comfort, and durability using only the best components. For those drivers looking for refined suspension and a little German style, look no further than our diverse range of coil over applications.
- Approximate Front Lowering: .60 - 1.6
- Approximate Rear Lowering: 1.0 - 2.1
- Height adjustable to .80 - 1.9” on average
- For a refined driving style
H&R Street Performance Coil Overs are the perfect suspension solution for discerning drivers—from daily drivers to serious tuners—who can appreciate the awesome handling and superb ride comfort. Each coil over shock is custom valved to work in conjunction with a precision-engineered progressive rate spring, creating a finely tuned suspension system. The fully threaded shock body allows for adjustable vehicle height. This feature helps balance vehicle weight, resulting in a lower center of gravity and improved performance and control.
Lowering height will vary on vehicles with factory sport suspensions such as BMW M-Technik, Mercedes-Benz Sport-line suspension, Audi-Sport suspension, etc.
Lowering varies by engine size and model
Chassis:F22, AWD, Year: 2015-16