I'm looking at replacing my suspension and im in a bit of a quandry.
I dont want to sacrifice comfort as the roads up here are too bad for that, and I dont want to spend silly amounts of money - so coilovers are out.
I have decided I prefer H&R springs, so that bit is done, just what dampers should I go for
Option 1 :Koni FSD
These are supposed to 'incorporate both comfort and control'. I've used Koni yellows before and tbh I thought they were way too harsh - they also had to be removed from car to be adjusted and I dont want the hassle. Fit and forget I say.
Option 2 : Bilstein B12
Some people report the Bilsteins as being too hard, but a while back I had an AC Schnitzer set (Bilstein shocks and eibach springs) fitted to an M3 and they were totally fine. Not sure how significant it is, but I believe these are gas dampers, rather than oil - would that make them harder or softer? A plus point here is that this kit already comes with H&R spring
Option 3 : Orignial Quat Sport dampers
I don't mind spending money, but I could just buy a set of oem quat sport dampers (trade) and use the H&R springs with them. Probably the cheapest option, but would the springs kill the dampers?
Your thoughts gentleman, would be appreciated.