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Unread 06-24-2005, 06:18 PM   #1
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FK Automotive suspension

Since my front suspentio is shot and i came into a bit of money, i might replace my suspension.

What im looking at is a complete suspension package from FK Automotive in Germany. They make suspension setups for a wide range of cars including BMW. FK suspension is tuned on the famous North Loop of the Nurburgring track. Does anyone have this setup or know anything about FK and their products? With complete packages starting from $650 CDN it seems like a good price.

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I haven't personally heard anything about FK, but I just installed suspension components on my car and I am more than satisfied with them. I put together the package for about 600 total including new performance rear shock mounts (which you will have to replace when you put new rear shocks on).

Check out my post in the "product reviews". And feel free to ask me any questions you might have.
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whats this setup going to cost? if i had to do suspension work all over again i would go with adjustable gc coilovers.
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I've heard of FK. It's decent but nothing special from what i remember.

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