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BY: Jonathan

KW BMW Coilover Suspension

A new breed of BMW requires a new breed of suspension.

KW has announced their new suspension line geared towards BMW's 2014+ M235i and 2-Series lineup. The coilover suspension will allow the owner to lower the suspension 25-50mm on the front and 30-55 on the rear. Available in three different variants they will range in price from appx. $1700 to $2600. [gallery ids="541118,541119,541117"]
June 13, 2014 at 05:49 PM
BY: Michael

SEMA 2010: KW Suspensions

The suspension maker brings its newest products to Las Vegas.

KW Suspensions brought some of their newest gear to SEMA, prompting us to dream away the hours with thoughts of finding that perfect compromise between ride quality and handling.
November 04, 2010 at 12:19 AM
BY: Alex


It’s about time my hard-driven Evo IX had a suspension refresh. So we called on a wizard: Robi Spec

After four years of being rode hard and put away damp, this Mitsu’s OEM suspension components were tuckered. Symptoms included an extreme case of body roll and a tendency to push headfirst through corners. The tapped-out Bilstein shocks, lamer than a Yanni concert, were incapable of lifting the inner wheel mid-turn—a characteristic Evos are notorious for. To find a solution, we called on Robi Spec Race Suspensions of Hesperia, California. Owner Robert Fuller is a wizard in the dark art of suspension tuning; he’s prepped countless winning time-attack machines. With his work cut out for him, Robi took my Evo under the knife. The result? Maximum-adhesion cornering!
July 01, 2010 at 04:10 PM