View Full Version : FS: E30 DSP suspension kit (GC+IE+urethane)

alex s
02-21-2005, 03:47 AM
Everything is less than 2 y.o. unless otherwise noted.
My invoice from GC is dated March 7th 2003. It wasn’t installed until end of May 2003.

No street use, no snow, no salt.

This is the suspension from the car that took 3rd place at the 2004 SCCA Solo II Nationals.

See results here:

I will leave everything as is including camber/caster settings, shock adjustments, ride height. The setup will not be altered in any way.

Front (2 of each below):
Stock control arms with E30 M3 offset CA bushings with brackets.
Koni Yellow SA (top adjustable)
Non-interference gland nut (will not touch spring)
Modified strut housing with hub (has studs installed) (hub on left is ~1 y.o)
Ground Control threaded sleeve
Adjustable spring seat
Spring top hat with needle bearings and cupped spacer for camber plates
Ground Control camber/caster plates
6X2.5ID 500 lb/inch Eibach Race spring
SS brake line, ATE disk, Hawk HP+ pads. (all have decent amount of material left)

Rear (2 of each):
Koni Yellow SA (top adjustable)
Ground Control rear shock mounts with urethane bushings
Dust sleeves on shocks
Threaded sleeve
Adjustable spring seat
Rubber spring pad (brand new, unused)
6X2.25ID 650lb/inch Eibach Race spring
Ireland Engineering rear adjustable sway bar 22 mm solid.
Ireland Engineering rear sway bar billet mount with urethane bushings
Ireland Engineering rear sway bar sliding end links.
Rear subframe with Ireland Engineering green urethane mounts
Rear trailing arms with reinforced sway bar tabs and Ireland Engineering urethane bushings installed. (rear wheel bearings are 6 month old on right and 2 y.o on left. I can put new for $100)
Rear SS brake lines (2 per side).

Plus all the associated hardware as will be shown in the pictures.

The parts are still on the car. It will be coming off in the next 1.5-2 weeks. I will post pictures once it is off the car.

This is a pic when new. Does not show RSM, struts etc.

Looking to get $2000 for all.
Accepting offers for partial content.