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Old 09-19-2013, 07:35 PM
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My parts guy, who helped to build this list for me, and the suspension guy, and I, talked about this and they suggested to me that I do the springs and bump stops only and nothing else until needed. They said that the struts will get their full life on the 704 springs and that I should not waste my money or their time putting the 704 struts in. I'm saving up to do the 704 springs and bump stops, but the rear springs are not "orderable" yet. They are not "mastered". They also asked me to the springs alone and only if necessary to do the sway bar later.
Thanks MWPos. Do you have a part number for the bump stop?
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My parts guy, who helped to build this list for me, and the suspension guy, and I, talked about this and they suggested to me that I do the springs and bump stops only and nothing else until needed. They said that the struts will get their full life on the 704 springs and that I should not waste my money or their time putting the 704 struts in. I'm saving up to do the 704 springs and bump stops, but the rear springs are not "orderable" yet. They are not "mastered". They also asked me to the springs alone and only if necessary to do the sway bar later.
Thanks MWPos...please keep us posted how it goes.
BTW...do you have the EDC or passive shocks on your car?
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Thanks MWPos...please keep us posted how it goes.
BTW...do you have the EDC or passive shocks on your car?
I have the most basic of basic cars...no EDC.
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Old 09-19-2013, 09:01 PM
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Thanks MWPos. Do you have a part number for the bump stop?
I'm a thinking (and that is ALWAYS dangerous) that
04 SPRING PAD LOWER 2 31336775582
05 SPRING PAD UPPER 2 31336798834

are the front bump stops and

SPRING PAD LOWER 2 33536856172
SPRING PAD UPPER 2 33536775751

are the rear.

But, as always...I'm going to check with my favorite parts guy and get back to you all with the real answer, and not just my ASSumptions.
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:21 AM
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Have any of you determined which upper control arms the M Sport suspension uses?
GetBMWparts shows three possible control arms, each with a different camber angles from -30 min to +30 min.
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Old 09-24-2013, 02:52 PM
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Spring Ride Height

Not meaning to hijack this thread but a related bit of trivia that I found very interesting.

I was in at the dealer yesterday and noticed '14 F10 M5 and stock '14 550i appear to sit the same. I just so happen to my handy tape measure and yes...the SAME ride height, 27 5/8" R, 28 1/8" F (as measured from floor to edge of fender). Neither car had the 704 suspension upgrade listed on the sticker though the M5 did list "M adaptive suspension". What's even more amusing is the stock 550i NON M sport had stock 18" rims. M5 ride height same as stocker! No Ď14s I saw had the 704 upgrade listed on the sticker. Why does the dealer order cars with with such a simple omission that would otherwise make either car more appealing to the enthusiast? Even more compelling is why BMW would build spec an M5 without a firmer, lowered suspension?

But, wait. There was a '14 M5 with the optional $7500 "Competition Package" that did sit lower...nicely lower at 27 1/8" R, 27 2/4" F. I google the specs and BMW says these springs are 20% firmer and 10mm lower (1/2Ē). Wonder if these are the same springs as the sport package 704 springs? I would only hope so.

Just for comparison, I measured my '12 M Sport (stock springs) and the car sits 27 3/8" R, 28" F. But I think my ride is floaty and the car sits too high.

Can BMW make this any more confusing? While Iím attracted to upgrading using OEM springs, it just hard to know which spring to upgrade to. Maybe thatís why some enthusiast just go aftermarket when it comes to springs where the rates and height are easier to know.
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Not meaning to hijack this thread but a related bit of trivia that I found very interesting.

I was in at the dealer yesterday and noticed '14 F10 M5 and stock '14 550i appear to sit the same. I just so happen to my handy tape measure and yes...the SAME ride height, 27 5/8" R, 28 1/8" F (as measured from floor to edge of fender). Neither car had the 704 suspension upgrade listed on the sticker though the M5 did list "M adaptive suspension". What's even more amusing is the stock 550i NON M sport had stock 18" rims. M5 ride height same as stocker! No Ď14s I saw had the 704 upgrade listed on the sticker. Why does the dealer order cars with with such a simple omission that would otherwise make either car more appealing to the enthusiast? Even more compelling is why BMW would build spec an M5 without a firmer, lowered suspension?

But, wait. There was a '14 M5 with the optional $7500 "Competition Package" that did sit lower...nicely lower at 27 1/8" R, 27 2/4" F. I google the specs and BMW says these springs are 20% firmer and 10mm lower (1/2Ē). Wonder if these are the same springs as the sport package 704 springs? I would only hope so.

Just for comparison, I measured my '12 M Sport (stock springs) and the car sits 27 3/8" R, 28" F. But I think my ride is floaty and the car sits too high.

Can BMW make this any more confusing? While Iím attracted to upgrading using OEM springs, it just hard to know which spring to upgrade to. Maybe thatís why some enthusiast just go aftermarket when it comes to springs where the rates and height are easier to know.
FYI- you have some misconceptions on original equipment, you can PM me or probably many people in this thread to get correct info.
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Me and my coworker park next to each other everyday. He has a '13 M5 and I have a '13 550i with the 704. Yes his car sits higher than mine. He has larger rims but the gap in his M5 is a bit more than mine as well. He doesn't have to back in like I do to avoid hitting the curb. His M5 slides just over the parking curbs. I thought this was interesting as well.
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Nice work with your handy tape measure.
Did you happen to measure ride height from the center hub to the highest point in the wheel arch? That's the best ride height measurement since it eliminates the wheel and tire size difference.

Also, Dealers don't necessarily order every car on their lot. The OEM often determines Dealer inventory allocation.

Finally, there are a lot of owners who have made suspension changes, and I don't recall reading many, if any posts from guys who used OEM springs or struts. If the OEM stuff was that good, there would be little demand for aftermarket parts.
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Old 09-24-2013, 06:46 PM
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I taped from the ground up across the center hub up to the highest point on the fender arch. Just casual but careful measuring...nothing scientific.
My interest for an OEM solution is the belief that I just might get a little more from a factory engineered spring (for compression/rebound rates) that is more compatible with the my factory struts rather than aftermarket springs.

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Nice work with your handy tape measure.
Did you happen to measure ride height from the center hub to the highest point in the wheel arch? That's the best ride height measurement since it eliminates the wheel and tire size difference.

Also, Dealers don't necessarily order every car on their lot. The OEM often determines Dealer inventory allocation.

Finally, there are a lot of owners who have made suspension changes, and I don't recall reading many, if any posts from guys who used OEM springs or struts. If the OEM stuff was that good, there would be little demand for aftermarket parts.
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Not meaning to hijack this thread but a related bit of trivia that I found very interesting.

I was in at the dealer yesterday and noticed '14 F10 M5 and stock '14 550i appear to sit the same. I just so happen to my handy tape measure and yes...the SAME ride height, 27 5/8" R, 28 1/8" F (as measured from floor to edge of fender). Neither car had the 704 suspension upgrade listed on the sticker though the M5 did list "M adaptive suspension". What's even more amusing is the stock 550i NON M sport had stock 18" rims. M5 ride height same as stocker! No '14s I saw had the 704 upgrade listed on the sticker. Why does the dealer order cars with with such a simple omission that would otherwise make either car more appealing to the enthusiast? Even more compelling is why BMW would build spec an M5 without a firmer, lowered suspension?

But, wait. There was a '14 M5 with the optional $7500 "Competition Package" that did sit lower...nicely lower at 27 1/8" R, 27 2/4" F. I google the specs and BMW says these springs are 20% firmer and 10mm lower (1/2***8221. Wonder if these are the same springs as the sport package 704 springs? I would only hope so.

Just for comparison, I measured my '12 M Sport (stock springs) and the car sits 27 3/8" R, 28" F. But I think my ride is floaty and the car sits too high.

Can BMW make this any more confusing? While I'm attracted to upgrading using OEM springs, it just hard to know which spring to upgrade to. Maybe that's why some enthusiast just go aftermarket when it comes to springs where the rates and height are easier to know.
Interesting. My AWD 650xi sits at 27 1/2" R 27 3/4" F.

This makes me really question the excuse BMW gave for not having an M5x: Ride height would be too high for an M car.
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Apparently I got the X5 suspension on my 2014 sans-704 M Sport
I just passed the 1200 mile break-in point today, so I'm sure the springs are still settling a little.
- My floor to wheel arch measurements are 28 3/8 front, 28 1/4 rear.
- My ground clearance (measured just behind the front wheel and just ahead of the rear wheel) is 6 3/4" front, 7 1/8" rear.

So if I go with ACS springs (1 inch drop), my ground clearance will be about 1/4" lower than the 2013 M Sport which based on the posts I've seen is right at 6" in the front. That would bring the floor to wheel arch measurement to 27 3/8 front, 27 1/4 rear (assuming the front and rear springs are the same height), very close to the M5 you measured.

As far as OEM springs matching the struts, I hear you and I'm not sure if I'll replace the struts or not. I know Alan for one seems to feel his ACS springs match up well with the standard struts, and certainly there are lots of guys who have just replaced the springs and are pleased with the results.

Any suspension specialists out there who can walk us through this?
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At the airport about to head home after my ED of a 550i M sport with sport suspension - the gap between the tire and fenderwell lip on mine was about 2.5 fingers width....
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At the airport about to head home after my ED of a 550i M sport with sport suspension - the gap between the tire and fenderwell lip on mine was about 2.5 fingers width....
Congrats on the new ride!
The plot thickens.... That's the same gap as on my non-704 M Sport (depending on finger size)
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Congrats on the new ride!
The plot thickens.... That's the same gap as on my non-704 M Sport (depending on finger size)
Actually, the wheel gap on mine is 3 fingers (2 1/4") front tire,
2 fingers (1 7/8") rear rear tire.
Sorry for contributing to the hijack. Now back to your regular scheduled programming...
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I'm guessing that since M5/M6 have electronic dampers whereas 704 doesn't, that could be causing height difference. Btw, I did see/drive an M5 with competition package and it was notably lower than 704. I personally think that 704 height is perfect for F10...makes the car look more sporty with M-wheels as well.
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Have any 704 '14's hit dealer lots in the States yet? And to be sure: ANY Sept production LCI's WILL have 704, correct? Eager to drive one.
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Have any 704 '14's hit dealer lots in the States yet? And to be sure: ANY Sept production LCI's WILL have 704, correct? Eager to drive one.
I think dealers will get sept cars in nov - on west coast at least.
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Hmm, just in time for the nice big incentive and holiday deals to kick in....
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I have a 2014 msport that just hit the Georgia port. It has the 704 suspension. the car is in the "finishing touches" phase so hopefully I'll take delivery next week. Does anyone know how long it stays in the finishing touched phase until they load it on a truck?
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I have a 2014 msport that just hit the Georgia port. It has the 704 suspension. the car is in the "finishing touches" phase so hopefully I'll take delivery next week. Does anyone know how long it stays in the finishing touched phase until they load it on a truck?
If you can, drive a 2013 M Sport 704 before you drive off with yours and give us impressions! On pins and needles here.
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I think dealers will get sept cars in nov - on west coast at least.
They've already arrived on the East Coast. West Coast shipments should arrive about 10 days later.
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What the heck does the F10 704 M suspension entail?

K-A I drove a 2013 Msport with the 704 at the ultimate drive event. That's why after driving the first two 2014 Msports at my dealership I was like what the hell? The 704 to me is perfect. I have it in my current 2012 X5. My dealership currently has a 2014 non 704 Msport that I plan to drive back to back against mine. I'll take pics and post my thoughts later this week. I'm on pins and needles waiting for my car to get here!


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I have a 2014 msport that just hit the Georgia port. It has the 704 suspension. the car is in the "finishing touches" phase so hopefully I'll take delivery next week. Does anyone know how long it stays in the finishing touched phase until they load it on a truck?
It's typically 2-3 days at the VDC then a couple of days waiting for a transport truck to take it to the dealership. Not likely, but if there's any shipping damage, the car will need to go to the body shop for repair and paint. Any mechanical problems can also cause delays.
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