KW Competition Coilovers - F87 M2/M2, F80 M3, F82 M4


Custom made to order, please send us an email to discuss options bespoke to your vehicle.

KW Competition 2-way suspension kits feature independent rebound and compression damping. They can be constructed out of galvanized steel housings when structural strength is a concern or lightweight aluminum when weights savings is advantageous.

  • Independently adjustable rebound and compression damping technology
  • Stainless steel technology "inox-line"
  • Continuous lowering
  • Tested adjustment range
  • High-quality components for a long-term durability
  • Adjustable rebound damping with 16 precise clicks
  • Adjustable compression damping with 12 precise clicks
  • Unique independent damping force adjustment
  • Optional spherical bearing aluminum top mounts

The rebound adjustments are made at the end of the piston rod end and provide 16 precise clicks of adjustment. The compression adjustment is located at the bottom of the damper or on the reservoir and provides 12 exact clicks of adjustments. IN addition to a wide range of suspension systems. Custom orders can be accommodated for nearly every type of race car.

The KW competition 3-way racing coilovers provide 3 independent features of adjustment, low-speed rebound as well as high and low-speed compression adjustment. The unique valve technology of the 3-way damper system differs from the conventional mono-tube damper shim package valve technology. This design also provides a maintenance-friendly damper system.

McPherson struts utilize a 40mm damper cartridge providing a highly stable and laterally flex resistance construction. The inverted damper is guided in an outer tube housing via a standard bearing. Special linear bearings are optional and reduce any possibility of rod stiction. This is an ideal setup when racing with wide and soft compound race tires.

As wheel-guiding struts are exposed to maximum loads during cornering and braking, the benefit of KW linear guided bearings grow at an increasing lateral force of up to 87% less friction compared to plain bearings.