03-06 Mercedes Benz E55,E63 AMG W211 BC Coilovers - BR Type
The BC Racing BR series coilovers are the perfect choice for street driving with a dash of weekend warrior track action. Featuring easily accessible adjustment knobs and separately adjustable ride height, the BR series makes adjusting and maintaining your performance coilover system easier than ever. Ride height is independently user adjustable so you can dial in the exact look to reflect your driving style and performance needs. BC’s patented concave lower locking ring keeps all adjustments locked in and ready for precise predicable feed back in any scenario. BR series coilovers provide a strong, complete and attractive coilover system at a great price.
*** Rear Lower Control Arm must be switched to E350 W211 chassis rear lower control arm to make coilover fit correctly. ***Part Number: J-05-BR
- Mono-tube shock design
- 30 levels of dampening force adjustment
- Separate Full length height adjustable
- Inverted and Non-Inverted setups
- One year warranty
Front Spring Rate = 16k Rear Spring Rate = 15k
Very fast delivery and product is too notch
Ride is pretty good. Rear is fairly soft and very noisy at low speed
Perfect fitment easy to install
Ive had the bc racing br series installed for over a year now. Around 40k miles or so on them. My car is a heavy 5.0 v8 sedan. With the airmatic suspension, it rode smooth but around corners i felt like i was in a grandpa car, every hard corner their was so much body roll even with decent tires. After i installed the coilovers, it was like love at first sight again. Lol. The car looks awesome. Handles amazing. How a true german luxury sport sedan should. I was told by i shop they would charge me around $5,000 to do the coilover conversion to strut masters (who i know are notorious for making ride height even higher) which wasnt a opition for me. I through out the bc racing idea. He chuckled... Saying i will ruin my car. I laughed back and hung up. Ordered the coilovers for 995 and 2 oem w211 e350 rear lower control arms and got to work. The rear suspenion was a bit of a b***h but with basic tools and a couple torx drives its very manageable. I did the whole conversion for $1500. With zero help, zero air tools and no star scanner. I dont have the STOP CAR TO LOW message or anything. It took me about 3 days of 2hrs a day to get the entire job done. But ultimately im extemely pleased even after a year of beating on it and 40k miles still no bouncing or any noises of any sort. You will have a slight movement in the rear over bumps. I think theres a slight amount of play in the rear strut, not the spring. Which im sure could be fixed with a couple washers. If youve thought about it, do it. You wont regret it. Here she is w211 e500. Ps bcracing. I would be willing to do full tear down, how to and advert. If interested please email me.
After i bought the e350 rear lower control arm. But the left rear is making noise im not sure what could it be im assuming is the shock absorber since I just installed it this week I'll check it out later
Most of the time a noisy suspension is something that needs to be gone back through and adjusted or tightened that was not during the install. Noise can be bushings being loose, lower arm bushings not being tightened when loaded which can cause binding and noise. There are many possible causes rarely is it a shock itself making noise.